Segregation of concurrent sounds. I: Effects of frequency modulation coherence.

  title={Segregation of concurrent sounds. I: Effects of frequency modulation coherence.},
  author={Stephen McAdams},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={86 6},
  • Stephen McAdams
  • Published in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 1989
Frequency modulation coherence was investigated as a possible cue for the perceptual segregation of concurrent sound sources. Synthesized chords of 2-s duration and comprising six permutations of three sung vowels (/a/, /i/, /o/) at three fundamental frequencies (130.8, 174.6, and 233.1 Hz) were constructed. In one condition, no vowels were modulated, and, in a second, all three were modulated coherently such that the ratio relations among all frequency components were maintained. In a third… CONTINUE READING
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