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you might check Edward Carterette's work.  He did a lot of research on
sychophysical scaling of consonance, dissonance, etc.


Matthew Royal

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Dr. Matthew Royal
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Dept. of Theory and Composition
Faculty of Music
University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario
Canada N6A 3K7

Phone: (519) 661-2111 Ext. 85198
Fax: (519) 661-3531
E-mail: mroyal@julian.uwo.ca