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Combined contribution of roughness and sharpness to the unpleasantness of modulated bandpass noise .

@inproceedings{Weber2009CombinedCO,
  title={Combined contribution of roughness and sharpness to the unpleasantness of modulated bandpass noise .},
  author={R. Weber and R. Eilers},
  year={2009}
}
In the tradition of the Munich psychoacoustic school the relationship between a global psychoacoustic entity as sensory pleasantness and psychoacoustic sensations e.g. sharpness and roughness has been investigated using magnitude estimation [1, 2, 3]. The summary of the investigations in Fastl/Zwicker [4] reports an exponential decrease of the sensory pleasantness as a function of sharpness and roughness. For bandpass noises with varying spectral shapes Widmann [5] investigated the relationship… Expand

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