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Communication Acoustics: An Introduction to Speech, Audio and Psychoacoustics

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You already have an account Click here. His publications form a list entries long, and more lost papers and articles are still turning up. He invented stereophonic sound Ampel, He worked out the mathematics of feedback stability Uzzle, He developed equal-loudness contours.

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He invented the articulation index method of intelligibility prediction. He invented the hearing aid with gain, vacuum tubes in those days. Fletcher approved the Bell Laboratories research project that produced transistors. He was given the highest awards of and held office in the Acoustical Society, the Audio Engineering Society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Physical Society and more than we have room to print on this page.

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Van Nostrand in New York. It covered the nature and characteristics of human speech and of speech perception. This new book was a thoroughly rewritten and updated version of the older one, relying on a quarter-century of new research by Fletcher and others. That was ; this book was reprinted in , , and Allen wound up chairing a session at the June Acoustical Society convention.

Allen has incorporated these corrections, as well as others, in this new edition. In general, the text and figures have been left alone in the text, but the reader is directed to six pages of corrections and comments at the back of the book. Some of these very usefully convert to S.

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Occasionally one finds a slight misspelling, but one can hardly complain in a book so demanding of the author and reader. Munson invented; and the critical band, which is vital to an understanding of the relationship of loudness to other perceptions, such as pitch, and to the ear mechanisms that create them. The book begins with descriptions of the human speech and hearing mechanisms. We can listen without speaking but cannot speak without listening. People who are born without hearing learn to talk only with the greatest difficulty, and none of them has yet succeeded in producing what most of us would call normal speech. The Bell Laboratories studied 39 phonemes, or basic speech sounds, atoms, as it were, of English speech, classified them and identified their waveform characteristics.