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Re: Height and pitch
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- Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 11:44:21 -0500
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Didier A. Depireux wrote:
On Mon, 17 Feb 2003, Yoav Arieh wrote:
High pitch is usually placed to the left of low pitch. Notice that this arrangement is consistent with the layout of a keyboard.
Am I missing something?
Sorry about that, the big storm must have taken its toll :). It is the
other way around: low pitches are placed to the left and high pitches to
the right. This is based on unpublished data we collected lately.
Yoav Arieh PhD
J. B. Pierce Laboratory
290 Congress Ave.
New Haven, CT