Reverberant overlap- and self-masking in consonant identification.

  title={Reverberant overlap- and self-masking in consonant identification.},
  author={Anna K. Nabelek and Tomasz R. Letowski and F M Tucker},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={86 4},
Two effects of reverberation on the identification of consonants were evaluated for ten normal-hearing subjects: (1) the overlap of energy of a preceding consonant on the following consonant, called "overlap-masking"; and (2) the internal temporal smearing of energy within each consonant, called "self-masking." The stimuli were eight consonants/p,t,k,f,m,n… CONTINUE READING