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Influence of temporal resolving power of the auditory system on perceived principal pitch of FM-AM tones
The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics
岩 宮 眞 一 郎** "FM -AM tones" are defined as fluctuation tones whose frequency and amplitude are periodically modulated by an identical modulation waveform simultaneously. "Principal pitch" is defined as somewhat steady and average pitch perceived from FM sounds with pitch fluctuation. In the present study the principal pitch shift of FM-AM tones was measured as a function of the modulation rate by the psychoacoustical experiment using a method of adjustment. The principal pitch shift intervaldoi:10.5100/jje.21.109 fatcat:ndzozywuevdrxgczc246aqkkxe