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f0 dls in a musical context
I do not know whether there is consensus on f0 dls for
We did, however, use stimuli of the sort I think you are
interested in two studies of pitch perception.
It is actually rather tricky to produce band limited stimuli
that do not have edge tones.
The first focuses on f0 dls using a 2AFC task.
The second focuses on the answer you get with a musical task.
Between the two, I think you should find what you need.
Krumbholz, K., Patterson, R.D. and Pressnitzer, D. (2000).
The lower limit of pitch as determined by rate
discrimination. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 108 1170-1180.
Pressnitzer, D., Patterson, R.D. and Krumbholz, K. (2001).
The lower limit of melodic pitch. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 109
I can provide pdfs if you need them.
Regards Roy P
Andrew Milne wrote:
Dear members of the list,
Is there a consensus on the size of the frequency difference limen for the f0 of complex tones such as those
produced by musical instruments - i.e. containing both resolved and unresolved harmonics. References to papers
describing the precise nature of the tests used would also be helpful.
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