Re: Speech intelligibility and spatial information (Eckard Blumschein )

Subject: Re: Speech intelligibility and spatial information
From:    Eckard Blumschein  <Eckard.Blumschein(at)E-TECHNIK.UNI-MAGDEBURG.DE>
Date:    Mon, 17 Sep 2001 15:33:50 +0200

Tuning a piano does not just require listening but also manual action. Perhaps, more brain capacity remains available for listening to the tones on condition control of muscles is supported by vision. At 07:58 17.09.2001 -0500, Tom Brennan wrote: >I havn't had any of those I've taught piano tuning close their eyes while tuning >and listening to intervals etc. but it is fairly common for them to close their >eyes when listening to someone else tune especially if they're checking with >9ths. > >Tom > > >Tom Brennan, CCC-A/SLP, RHD >web page >web master >web master >

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