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Re: Perception of short duration sounds
We have published a series of papers on temporal integration of loudness. These
papers may be interesting to you.
Buus S (1999) Loudness functions derived from measurements of temporal and spectral integration of loudness. In: Rasmussen AN, Osterhammel PA, Andersen T, Poulsen T (eds) Auditory models and non-linear hearing instruments. Taastrup, Denmark, GN ReSound, pp. 135-188.
Buus S, Florentine M, Poulsen T (1997) Temporal integration of loudness, loudness discrimination, and the form of the loudness function. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 101:669-680.
Buus S, Florentine M, Poulsen T (1999) Temporal integration of loudness in listeners with hearing losses of primarily cochlear origin. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 105:3464-3480.
Florentine M, Buus S, Poulsen T (1996) Temporal integration of loudness as a function of level. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 99:1633-1644.
Florentine M, Buus S, Robinson M (1998) Temporal integration of loudness under partial masking. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 104:999-1007.
Hope this helps.
>Re: Perception of short duration sounds
>Sent: 10/4/20 3:31 AM
>Received: 10/4/01 1:20 PM
>From: Jonathan Roberts, J.R.Roberts@LBORO.AC.UK
>To: Auditory List, AUDITORY@LISTS.MCGILL.CA
> I am conducting some research of sports players' perceptions of the
>equipement they use, specifically sports involving impacts between a ball
>and an implement. Of particular interest is the players' perception of the
>impact sound which is typically short in duration (< 50ms).
> Can anyone please offer me some advice, or point me in the
>direction of any
>studies of the effect of sound duration on perceived pitch and loudness? I
>have read papers where the centroid of a spectrum has been used as an
>indicator of pitch, does anyone know of any other techniques for quantifying
>the pitch of a complex sound?
> Finally, does anyone have MATLAB code that they are prepared to
>calculating Zwicker loudness?
> Any advice would be much appreciated,
>Wolfson School of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering,
>Tel: 44 (0)1509 227679
>Fax: 44 (0)1509 227648