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Subject: sounds for signalling
From:    =?iso-8859-1?Q?S=F8ren_Bech?=  <SBE(at)BANG-OLUFSEN.DK>
Date:    Mon, 15 Apr 2002 12:02:22 +0200

Dear (ie those still alive) list members I am interested in ongoing work/papers/references etc. to sounds used for signalling the working status of a product (e.g. an MP3 player). I am aware of the various ISO standards for auditory alarm signals for medical equipment etc., but instead of only having two levels of information (the patient is either dead or alive) this application requires more functions (start - stop - standby - etc.) and the usage is also more complex re the acoustic requirements (e.g. the product can be in a pocket etc. where the acoustic damping is high). I am mainly interested in basic psychoacoustic work in this area and not applications (although if there are some I would be happy to learn about them). Any help would be appreciated Regards Soren

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