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Re: About importance of "phase" in sound recognition
When I first learned that phase was not important to hearing, it was in a specific context. It was, (for example) with a sawtooth wave, invert it. It will sound the same, even though it is 180° out of phase. Therefore [?] the phase of the signal can be shifted by 180° (or inverted), and the ear is insensitive to this.
Emad has written (taken out of context):
>> ... I'm exactly talking about what is called "insensitivity to phase".