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Timbre Solfege and auditory profile analysis

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A course in auditory evaluation of sound, called Timbre Solfege, was developed by a team of researchers headed by Professor Andrzej Rakowski, at the Music Acoustics Laboratory, Chopin University of Music. A large part of the course, taught at the Department of Sound Engineering, has been focused on the detection and identification of timbre changes produced by formants and by other kind of sound spectrum modifications. Detecting formants in sound recordings is an auditory task that has much in common with auditory profile analysis, an area of research initiated and developed in psychoacoustics by Professor David M. Green, exploring the fundamentals of detection of changes in the sound spectrum envelope shape, independently of the differences in loudness between the sounds. The purpose of this study is an attempt to relate the results of the Timbre Solfege sound evaluation drills to the theory of the auditory profile analysis.
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Bibliogr. 16 poz., wykr.
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  • Warsaw Institute of Technology, Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Institute of Radioelectronics and Multimedia Technology, Nowowiejska 15/19, 00-665 Warszawa, j.zera@ire.pw.edu.pl
Bibliografia
  • 1. D. M. Green, Profile analysis, Oxford University Press, New York - Oxford 1988.
  • 2. T. Letowski, A. Miśkiewicz, Timbre Solfege: A course in perceptual analysis of sound, In: Signal Processing in Sound Engineering, J. Adamczyk (Ed.), Warszawa: IPPT-PAN (2013) 83 - 96.
  • 3. A. Rakowski, T. Łetowski, K. Szlifirski, B. Okoń-Makowska, Developing sensitivity to the timbre of sound at the Department of Sound Engineering, Academy of Music in Warsaw (in Polish), in: Studia z Teorii Przekazu Dźwięku, Wydawnictwa Radia i Telewizji, Warsaw, Poland (1982) 183 - 195.
  • 4. T. Letowski, Development of technical listening skills: Timbre solfeggio, J. Aud. Eng. Soc., 33 (1985) 240 - 244.
  • 5. A. Miśkiewicz, Timbre solfege: A course in technical listening for sound engineers, J. Aud. Eng. Soc., 40 (1992) 621 - 625.
  • 6. T. Letowski, A. Miskiewicz, Developing of technical listening skills for sound quality assessment, Proceedings of Inter-Noise ’95, Newport Beach, FL (1995) 917 - 920.
  • 7. T. Rościszewska, A. Miśkiewicz, Timbre Solfege: Development of auditory cues for the identification of spectral characteristics of sound, Audio Engineering Society 138th Convention, May 7-10, Warsaw (2016).
  • 8. T. Letowski, T. Rogala, Formant perception: single formant. In: Sztuka słuchania (The Art of Listening), Chopin University of Music, Warszawa (2015) 45 - 63.
  • 9. T. Rogala, Discrimination of formant frequency in pink noise. Audio Engineering Society 140th Convention, June 4-7, Paris (2016) Paper #9583.
  • 10. T. Rogala, Pink noise bandwidth discrimination, Audio Engineering Society 142th Convention, May 20-23, Berlin (2016).
  • 11. T. Rogala, P. Śliwka. Discrimination of formant amplitude in noise, Audio Engineering Society 138th Convention, May 7-10, Warsaw (2016) Paper #9282.
  • 12. D. M. Green, Ch. R. Mason, Auditory profile analysis: frequency, phase, and Weber’s law, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 77 (1985) 1155 - 1161.
  • 13. D. M. Green, Ch. R. Mason, G. Kidd Jr., Profile analysis: critical bands and duration, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 75 (1984) 1163 - 1167.
  • 14. D. M. Green, G. Kidd Jr., Further studies of auditory profile analysis, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 73 (1983) 1260 - 1265.
  • 15. J. Żera, Z. A. Onsan, Q. T. Nguyen, D. M. Green, Auditory profile analysis of harmonic signals: critical bands and duration, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 93 (1993) 3431 - 3441.
  • 16. N. A. Macmillan, C. D. Creelman, Detection theory: a user’s guide, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1991.
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