Adaptation to Room Acoustics Using the Modified Rhyme Test.

  title={Adaptation to Room Acoustics Using the Modified Rhyme Test.},
  author={Eugene Brandewie and Pavel Zahorik},
  journal={Proceedings of meetings on acoustics. Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={129 4},
The negative effect of reverberant sound energy on speech intelligibility is well documented. Recently, however, prior exposure to room acoustics has been shown to increase intelligibility for a number of listeners in simulated room environments. This room adaptation effect, a possible extension of dynamic echo suppression, has been shown to be specific to reverberant rooms and requires binaural input. Because this effect has been demonstrated only using the Coordinated Response Measure (CRM… CONTINUE READING

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