An investigation of interaural time difference fluctuations, part 3: the subjective effect of fluctuations in continuous stimuli delivered over loudspeakers
Mason, R, Rumsey, F and de Bruyn, B (2001) An investigation of interaural time difference fluctuations, part 3: the subjective effect of fluctuations in continuous stimuli delivered over loudspeakers In: 111th Audio Engineering Society Convention, 2001-11-30 - 2001-12-04, New York, USA.
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The subjective spatial effect of continuous noise signals with interaural time difference fluctuations was investigated. These fluctuations were created by sinusoidal interchannel time difference fluctuations between signals that were presented over loudspeakers. Both verbal and non-verbal elicitation techniques were applied to examine the subjective effect. It was found that the predominant effect of increasing the fluctuation magnitude was an increase in the apparent width of the perceived sound source.
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|Date Deposited :||17 Apr 2012 15:27|
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