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F0 difference limens for unresolved harmonics
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- Subject: F0 difference limens for unresolved harmonics
- From: David Klein <kleinsound@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2005 18:18:27 -0700
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The 1994 JASA 95(6):3529 article of Shackleton and Carlyon indicates that
the difference limen (DL) for the residue pitch (F0) of complex tones
comprised only of unresolved harmonics is about 3%. This works out to be
about a half of a semitone. Other similar data has been surprisingly
tricky to track down. Is there a consensus on this ballpark F0 DL for an
unresolved harmonic complex?
Also, is there a consensus on the existence of two separate pitch
-- David Klein
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