Software for psychoacoustic experiments ("BRUNO H. Repp" )

Subject: Software for psychoacoustic experiments
From:    "BRUNO H. Repp"  <repp(at)HASKINS.YALE.EDU>
Date:    Thu, 4 Jul 1996 12:06:37 -0400

I would like to tack on a question to Bernhard Laback's question about software for psychoacoustic experiments. I am interested in something similar, but it should run on a Macintosh. Is there software available that can play audio files in various orders and timings, that can randomize orders, that has an attenuator that can be controlled by a listener on-line (e.g., in a loudness matching task), that can collect and store keyboard responses and measure reaction times, and that also can generate noises and complex tones? Basically, I am looking for audio (synthesis and) sequencing software with the flexibility of MAX, but for audio rather than MIDI files. Does anything like this exist? Bruno H. Repp Haskins Laboratories 270 Crown Street New Haven, CT 06511-6695 e-mail: repp(at)

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