Subject: Re: Young female speaker? From: Pierre Divenyi <pdivenyi@xxxxxxxx> Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2008 15:02:13 -0800 List-Archive:<http://lists.mcgill.ca/scripts/wa.exe?LIST=AUDITORY>
That talented husky young female has a great Music Hall future before her. -Pierre At 01:51 PM 12/3/2008, Kevin Austin wrote: >Hi > >I'm not sure where the 100 Hz comes from -- emulation of a young >female voice? > >Best > >Kevin > > > > > >>Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2008 18:47:00 -0500 >>From: Kyle Gorman <kgorman@xxxxxxxx> >>Subject: noise-masking experiments and labiovelars >> >>Hi listers, I have two related questions for you. >> >>I'm interested in the effects of following vowels on the perception >>of labiovelars. I was wondering if 1) anybody had done the >>experiment I'm proposing and 2) whether anybody had tried using >>stimuli generated in a manner I'm proposing. >> >>... >> >>The procedure is as follows. I calculate the RMS amplitude of the >>original signal by convolving the squared signal with a Kaiser >>window with beta =3D 20, # of points given by 3.2 x the number of >>frames for a single period of the lowest pitch, which I set at 100 >>Hz (young female speaker), then taking the square root of the result.