In a follow-up to AES-143 #9832, this experiment employed a novel method that altered subjects’ pinna and examined the effects of modifying salient spectral cues on time-based vertical-oriented precedence in raised, lowered, and diagonal sagittal and medial planes. As suggested in the prior study, outcomes confirm perceptual interference from acoustic patterns generated via lead-lag signal interaction. Results provide clear physical and psychophysical evidence that reliable elevation cues may be rendered ineffective by stimuli such as those used in typical precedence-based experiments. Outcomes here demonstrate the salient and powerful influence of spectral information during lead-lag precedence-oriented tasks and suggest that prior research, in particular that concerned with so-called “vertical” precedence, may have been erroneously influenced by simple--yet profound--acoustic comb-filtering.
Bulla, Wesley; Mayo, Paul
Affiliations: Belmont University, Nashville, TN, USA; University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA(See document for exact affiliation information.)
AES Convention: 145 (October 2018) Paper Number: 10066
Publication Date: October 7, 2018
Subject: Perception – Part 2
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