Re: Voiced speech fundamental frequency ? (Bruno Repp )

Subject: Re: Voiced speech fundamental frequency ?
From:    Bruno Repp  <repp(at)ALVIN.HASKINS.YALE.EDU>
Date:    Mon, 23 Oct 2000 09:02:38 -0700

Martin Braun <nombraun(at)POST.NETLINK.SE> wrote: >In a recent large pitch-range study of native Dutch speakers the ranges >were: > >138-469 Hz for 8 adult females >65-333 Hz for 7 adult males. I believe a distinction needs to be made about (1) the possible F0 range for individuals, (2) the speaking F0 range for individuals, and (3) the range of average speaking F0 frequencies across individuals. I believe the question posted on the list concerned (3), whereas the Dutch data Martin cited concern (1). Bruno Bruno H. Repp Research Scientist Haskins Laboratories 270 Crown Street New Haven, CT 06511-6695 Tel. (203) 865-6163, ext. 236 FAX (203) 865-8963 e-mail: repp(at)

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