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Psychoacoustics

All of the psychological interactions between humans (and animals) and the world of sound. It encompasses all studies of the perception of sound, as well as the production of speech. See Hearing (human), Speech

psychoacoustics

[‚sī·kō·ə′küs·tiks]
(psychology)
The study of the psychological interactions that take place between humans or animals and the world of sound, including studies of the perception of sound and studies of the production of speech.

psychoacoustics

The study of the human perception of sound. Psychoacoustics analyzes how the brain interprets the volume and frequencies of audio waves. See psychoacoustic model and perceptual audio coding.
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The study was conducted in three phases, and multiple psychoacoustic tests were conducted during each phase.
Digipill , a FREE new app, officially launched (7th December 2012) and available for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, uses psychoacoustics to help you unlock your subconscious and change your perception.
In a result that caught Professor Kogan by surprise, the dog-specific psychoacoustic music had only a minimal effect on the behaviour of the dogs.
My own ETF Psychoacoustic measurements roughly match the bass response shown in Figure 4.
QUALCOMM's licensing agreement also includes QSound's psychoacoustic audio enhancement algorithms to analyze audio content and restore high and low frequencies; QSizzle enhances treble response, and QRumble enhances bass response.
The formant values are given in a physical (Hertz) and a psychoacoustic (Bark) scale.
Here, the letter strings should be interpreted as some linguistically significant (=morphemic) psychoacoustic events with characteristics F, G, and H.
TM] that incorporates psychoacoustic perception models of the ear in a computer chip for the first time.
EPAC uses psychoacoustic modeling - that is, representations of how humans hear sound - to compress music in way that is not detectable, Lucent claims, to the human ear.
The original 9-1 Direct/Reflecting speaker was introduced in 1968, following 12 years of physical acoustics and psychoacoustic research by Amar G.
The Aesthetic Engine, the brain behind QLS psychoacoustic intelligence, then identifies and sends those audio streams to the appropriate speaker locations depending on the listening environment.
His latest achievement is creating a cutting edge psychoacoustic technology that is being used in major medical institutions such as Mayo Clinic and is also being studied by NASA for potential use in space.