Re: sine wave speech (Peter Marvit )

Subject: Re: sine wave speech
From:    Peter Marvit  <marvit(at)CATTELL.PSYCH.UPENN.EDU>
Date:    Tue, 23 Mar 1999 12:23:43 -0500

While I cannot help the original requester, I was captured by the title of the message. Now *my* request: Are there any *examples* of sine wave speech easily available (Web or tape). I thought the Harvard tapes had them, but no dice. The ASA disk does not either. My understanding of sinewave speech is simple sine tones or complex tones AM to become 'speechlike". The perceptual result is weird wobbly sounds that (all of a sudden) become understandable. I've heard it somewhere, but don't remember. TIA! -Peter "demos, demos, demos" Marvit : Peter Marvit <marvit(at)>, Psychology Dept, Univ. of Penn : : 3815 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19104 w:215/573-3991 fax:215/898-7301 :

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