Loudness change in response to dynamic acoustic intensity.

  title={Loudness change in response to dynamic acoustic intensity.},
  author={Kirk N. Olsen and Catherine J. Stevens and Julien Tardieu},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  volume={36 6},
Three experiments investigate psychological, methodological, and domain-specific characteristics of loudness change in response to sounds that continuously increase in intensity (up-ramps), relative to sounds that decrease (down-ramps). Timbre (vowel, violin), layer (monotone, chord), and duration (1.8 s, 3.6 s) were manipulated in Experiment 1. Participants judged global loudness change between pairs of spectrally identical up-ramps and down-ramps. It was hypothesized that loudness change is… CONTINUE READING

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