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Re: harmonic extraction
Dear Xueliang Zhang,
Yes, definitely. The auditory system tries to find a sound that is similar
to the 200-Hz complex tone. Once the "embedded" complex tone is heard out,
it is often difficult to neglect it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "xlzhang" <xlzhang@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, March 19, 2009 7:24 PM
Subject: harmonic extraction
A pure tone can extract corresponding harmonic from complex sound when
appearing alternatively. I wonder if a harmonic sound can do the same job?
For example, a complex sound with F0=200Hz appears with a complex sound
with F0=100 Hz, can we get a continuous perception for F0=200Hz?
Thank you for your answers in advance.