Horizontal directivity of low- and high-frequency energy in speech and singing.

@article{Monson2012HorizontalDO,
  title={Horizontal directivity of low- and high-frequency energy in speech and singing.},
  author={Brian B. Monson and Eric J. Hunter and Brad H. Story},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2012},
  volume={132 1},
  pages={433-41}
}
Speech and singing directivity in the horizontal plane was examined using simultaneous multi-channel full-bandwidth recordings to investigate directivity of high-frequency energy, in particular. This method allowed not only for accurate analysis of running speech using the long-term average spectrum, but also for examination of directivity of separate transient phonemes. Several vocal production factors that could affect directivity were examined. Directivity differences were not found between… CONTINUE READING
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