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Speech Prosody 2016
Pitch perception plays a central role in processing speech prosody. Since f0 varies from speaker to speaker and from context to context, effective pitch-range normalization is thus important to uncover intended linguistic pitch targets. It has also been speculated that voice quality may play a role in pitch-range perception. Our previous study demonstrated that spectral balance indeed effectively affected the perception of pitch height: "tense voice", implemented as stimuli with spectraldoi:10.21437/speechprosody.2016-218 fatcat:qylzdx4pmjdq5gm7iq5xo2al6m