Re: applications (Tim Cox )

Subject: Re: applications
From:    Tim Cox  <tcox(at)GEOPHY.CURTIN.EDU.AU>
Date:    Tue, 29 Sep 1998 10:18:04 +0800

At 11:52 29/09/98 +1000, you wrote: The term localisation I refer to is that in a binaural sense - localisation as opposed to lateralisation. I am also referring to listening to the television through earphones. If the sound was mono coming into the earphones localisation would not take place - the sound would appear to come from the middle of the inside of your head and consequently you would not be able to hear clearly the sounds around you - such as your wife calling that dinner was on the table. The point I am trying to make is that if the sound of the television coming into the earphones was binaural - you would still get dinner. >Hmm. This seems strange. > >How would localizing the sound of a television be different >from making it mono? - or do you segregate by stereo >spatial cues and then recombine into restricted regions >of space.. - or something else? > >chz, > >-m. > >----------------------- /\/\/\/- ------------------------------------- > and now I see with eye serene / the very pulse of the machine >---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > > > > Email to AUDITORY should now be sent to AUDITORY(at) LISTSERV commands should be sent to listserv(at) Information is available on the WEB at

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