A Preliminary Study of Individual Responses to Real-Time Pitch and Formant Perturbations

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

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A Preliminary Study of Individual Responses to Real-Time Pitch and Formant Perturbations. / MacDonald, Ewen; Munhall, Kevin G.

The Listening Talker: An interdisciplinary workshop on natural and synthetic modification of speech in response to listening conditions. 2012. p. 32-35.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

Harvard

MacDonald, E & Munhall, KG 2012, 'A Preliminary Study of Individual Responses to Real-Time Pitch and Formant Perturbations'. in The Listening Talker: An interdisciplinary workshop on natural and synthetic modification of speech in response to listening conditions. pp. 32-35.

APA

MacDonald, E., & Munhall, K. G. (2012). A Preliminary Study of Individual Responses to Real-Time Pitch and Formant Perturbations. In The Listening Talker: An interdisciplinary workshop on natural and synthetic modification of speech in response to listening conditions. (pp. 32-35)

CBE

MacDonald E, Munhall KG. 2012. A Preliminary Study of Individual Responses to Real-Time Pitch and Formant Perturbations. In The Listening Talker: An interdisciplinary workshop on natural and synthetic modification of speech in response to listening conditions. pp. 32-35.

MLA

MacDonald, Ewen and Kevin G. Munhall "A Preliminary Study of Individual Responses to Real-Time Pitch and Formant Perturbations". The Listening Talker: An interdisciplinary workshop on natural and synthetic modification of speech in response to listening conditions. 2012. 32-35.

Vancouver

MacDonald E, Munhall KG. A Preliminary Study of Individual Responses to Real-Time Pitch and Formant Perturbations. In The Listening Talker: An interdisciplinary workshop on natural and synthetic modification of speech in response to listening conditions. 2012. p. 32-35.

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MacDonald, Ewen; Munhall, Kevin G. / A Preliminary Study of Individual Responses to Real-Time Pitch and Formant Perturbations.

The Listening Talker: An interdisciplinary workshop on natural and synthetic modification of speech in response to listening conditions. 2012. p. 32-35.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

Bibtex

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N2 - Previous studies have demonstrated a wide range in individuals’ compensations in response to real-time alterations of the auditory feedback of both pitch and formant frequencies. One potential source of this variability may be individual differences in the relative weighting of auditory and somatosensory feedback. The present study examined this variability by comparing individuals’ compensations during two perturbation conditions: <br/>a pitch shift (+200 cents) and a formant shift (F1 +200 Hz, F2 -250 Hz). While no significant correlation was found between the two perturbation conditions, a modest correlation between compensations in pitch and formant frequency was observed <br/>within the pitch perturbation condition.

AB - Previous studies have demonstrated a wide range in individuals’ compensations in response to real-time alterations of the auditory feedback of both pitch and formant frequencies. One potential source of this variability may be individual differences in the relative weighting of auditory and somatosensory feedback. The present study examined this variability by comparing individuals’ compensations during two perturbation conditions: <br/>a pitch shift (+200 cents) and a formant shift (F1 +200 Hz, F2 -250 Hz). While no significant correlation was found between the two perturbation conditions, a modest correlation between compensations in pitch and formant frequency was observed <br/>within the pitch perturbation condition.

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