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n. (used with a sing. verb)
The scientific study of the perception of sound.

psy′cho·a·cous′tic, psy′cho·a·cous′ti·cal adj.


(Physiology) relating to psychoacoustics
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The MX limiter uses a psychoacoustic model to significantly lower distortion, increase transient punch, and improve high frequency power handling capability.
The concept of "softened voice" refers to a perceived, subjective psychoacoustic effect.
Psychoacoustic characterization of the tinnitus spectrum: Implications for the underlying mechanisms of tinnitus.
Diwakar S, Jain M, Balakrishnan R (2007b) Psychoacoustic sampling as a reliable, non- invasive method to monitor orthopteran species diversity in tropical forests.
There was no significant correlation between the psychoacoustic measurements of tinnitus, the audiometric thresholds and the evaluation questionnaires.
ii) Designs individually tailored speech enhancement algorithms that work in adverse conditions and target perceptually relevant speech features, using an unprecedented validation approach that combines novel psychoacoustic and physiological metrics.
Therefore, psychoacoustic analysis of gear noise with gear faults needs to be conducted.
The first two issues are very sparse on music analysis or theory, with only one article, by Duncan Williams, that proposes a method of psychoacoustic analysis for examining the changes in heavy metal timbres over the last two decades.
Further psychoacoustic transformations are applied: Computation of the Phon scale incorporates equal loudness curves, which account for the different perception of loudness at different frequencies.
It should be noted that while the standard psychoacoustic threshold for isolated vowels is G = 0.
At 6 months of age, although anatomical, electrophysiological, and psychoacoustic data suggest full cochlear functional maturity, immaturity of the DPOAE suppression tuning curves has been reported (Abdala et al.