(Galembo Alexandre )

From:    Galembo Alexandre  <galembo(at)PSYC.QUEENSU.CA>
Date:    Thu, 21 Nov 1996 13:06:33 -0500

I am looking for software (better if for PC) for organizing (automatizing) pitch-matching experiment. I'd like to have a subject ADJUST frequency of the sinus wave in real time for purposes of pitch matching with the signals which I can design using PC sound editor. More specifically, this is what I would like: To have the subject listen to the signal, then to have the signal switched off, and then to have the subject listen to the sinus tone and adjust its frequency to match the signals pitch. Also, I would like the program to be able to repeat the signal and have the subject match again, to registrate resulting sinus frequency etc. I would be grateful if anyone could give the proper recommendations. Alexander Galembo Alexander Galembo Post-doctoral Fellow Acoustics lab., Dept. of Psychology Queen's University Kingston, Ontario K7L3N6, Canada. Tel. (613) 545-6000, ext. 5754 Fax (613)545-2499 E-mail: galembo(at)psyc.queensu.ca

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