Acoustic-phonetic characteristics of speech produced in noise and while wearing an oxygen mask.

@article{Bond1989AcousticphoneticCO,
  title={Acoustic-phonetic characteristics of speech produced in noise and while wearing an oxygen mask.},
  author={Zinny S. Bond and T. J. Moore and Beverley Gable},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1989},
  volume={85 2},
  pages={907-12}
}
The present study investigated changes in the prosodic and acoustic-phonetic features of isolated words by four male talkers speaking in quite and in pink noise at a level of 95 dB SPL. Speech samples were collected both with and without an oxygen mask. Changes in duration, fundamental frequency, total energy, and formant center frequency were analyzed. In addition to the expected changes of increased pitch and amplitude associated with speaking in noise without an oxygen mask, significant… CONTINUE READING

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