Re: New simultaneous masking model - subjective listeners please (flatmax )

Subject: Re: New simultaneous masking model - subjective listeners please
From:    flatmax  <flatmax(at)CSE.UNSW.EDU.AU>
Date:    Thu, 18 May 2000 09:01:13 +1000

For those who've been trying to access the files, they should be downloadable now. Matt On Wed, 17 May 2000, David I. Havelock wrote: > Matt > Unable to access zip file: Permissions denied. > DH > -----Original Message----- > From: AUDITORY Research in Auditory Perception > [mailto:AUDITORY(at)LISTS.MCGILL.CA]On Behalf Of flatmax > Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 4:28 AM > To: AUDITORY(at)LISTS.MCGILL.CA > Subject: New simultaneous masking model - subjective listeners please > > > Hello, > > I am excited to announce that I am almost finished developing a new > (and perhaps more modern) masking system from other older masking systems > (a system being a spreading model and masking model). > > I need your help however ! > > I require some people to do an informal listening test on some output > audio (the original is attatched). The reason is that I need to find a > good approximation for a scaling constant for the auditory mask threshold. > > Be warned the files with the test audio are rather large, so only people > with high speed network links should try to upload. > > > > FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO HELP OUT ....... please read on ...... > > The audio can be found at (only upload one or the other - both are the > same): > > > THE TASK : > Please send me back the name of the audio file with the largest number at > the begining of the name, which sounds as close to as good as the > attatched audio original. > i.e. if files 0.0197948.fa.wav and 0.020115.fa.wav sound equally as good, > please send me the name '0.020115.fa.wav' to me in an e-mail. > > NOTE: > You may want to listen to the files 0.0001.fa.wav and 0.08.fa.wav first. > Also please don't spend too much time on it ... thanks > > Matt >

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