The domestic cat is the primary physiological model of loudness coding and recruitment. At present, there are no published descriptions of loudness perception in this species. This study used a reaction time task to characterize loudness perception i
Subject: Loudness, Hearing loss, thresholds ... From: KEVIN AUSTIN ,KAUSTIN(at)VAX2.CONCORDIA.CA, Date: Sun, 16 Sep 2001 12:32:29 -0400 Im sorry that I cant frame this question quite correctly, but any help would be useful. My understanding is that in a hearing test (just for freq response), a series of tones of lower and lower amplitude are played until the subject no longer perceives them (they are below the persons threshhold of hearing). Given an A weighted loudness curve: if at the age of 15, my threshold at 1kHz was 10 dB, and for 100 Hz was 45 dB (standard (?) loudness response, the 10 phon curve); when I am tested at age 50, and my 1 kHz threshold in 20dB, and my 100 Hz threshold is 72 dB; (the curve indicates that the 20 phon threshold should be 52 dB); it would seem to indicate that I have had a 20dB (or 20 phon?) hearing loss at 100Hz, as the normalized loudness curve would indicate that a 20 phon loudness curve should have a 100 Hz threshold of 52 dB. If I am monitoring a 90dB ...
PurposeIndividuals with Parkinsons disease (PD) exhibit differences in displacement and velocity of the articulators as compared with older adults. The purpose of the current study was to examine effects of 3 loudness cues on articulatory movement patterns in individuals with PD.. MethodNine individuals diagnosed with idiopathic PD and 9 age- and sex-matched healthy controls produced sentences in 4 conditions: (a) comfortable loudness, (b) targeting 10 dB above comfortable, (c) twice as loud as comfortable, and (d) in background noise. Lip and jaw kinematics and acoustic measurements were obtained.. ResultsBoth groups significantly increased sound pressure level (SPL) in the loud conditions as compared with the comfortable condition. For the loud conditions, both groups had the highest SPL in the background noise and the 10 dB conditions, and the lowest SPL in the twice as loud condition. Control participants produced the largest opening displacement in the background noise condition and the ...
phon: Unit of loudness level. The loudness level of a sound is a subjective, rather than an objective, measure. To measure loudness, the volume of a 1,000- hertz reference tone is adjusted...
Discrepancies in loudness (i.e. sensation of audio intensity) has been of great concern within the broadcast community. For television broadcast, disparities in audio levels have been rated the number one cause to annoyance by the audience. Another problem area within the broadcast and music industry is the loudness war. The phenomenon is about the strive to produce audio content to be at least as loud or louder to any other audio content that it can easily be compared with. This mindset, when deciding for audio level treatment, inevitably leads to an increase in loudness over time, and also, as a technical consequence, a decrease of utilized dynamics. The effects of the loudness war is present in both terrestrial radio transmissions as well as in music production and in music distribution platforms.. The two problems, discrepancies in loudness and the loudness war, both emanate from the same source; regulations of audio levels and the design of measurement gear have not been amended to cope ...
We can better estimate an audio system if errors can be assigned audible significance. Recently established data of the auditory filter is developed into models that predict the audibility, detectability and loudness or errors. Errors are assessed by frequency, loudness, temporal and spatial summations. The models explain critical-band phenomena and several types of masking anomalies. Particular attention is paid to determining the audibility of different noise-bands, especially near absolute...
In article ,199512080614.AAA03993 at curly.cc.utexas.edu,, Jeffrey G. Sirianni ,sirianni at UTS.CC.UTEXAS.EDU, wrote: ,Greater decay in the high frequencies indicates a cochlear lesion and not a ,retrocochlear lesion The decay also happened in a promontory stimulation test which was part of an evaluation to see if a cochlear implant would be indicated. Therefore, the cochlea itself is not the cause of the strange symptoms. Its either the auditory nerve or the brain. I wonder if it could somehow be caused by adapting to tinnitus. Since tinnitus tends to sound like a steady tone or other steady sound, could it be that the auditory nerve and/or auditory processing in the brain has learned to filter out all steady tones and other steady sounds that last more than a couple of minutes? The fact that the sound comes back to full loudness instantly if its interrupted for even a fraction of a second seems to support this. An MRI is now scheduled, as you suggested. But so is a cochlear implant, a few ...
On 10 Dec 1995, Eric Smith wrote: , In article ,199512080614.AAA03993 at curly.cc.utexas.edu,, , Jeffrey G. Sirianni ,sirianni at UTS.CC.UTEXAS.EDU, wrote: , ,Greater decay in the high frequencies indicates a cochlear lesion and not a , ,retrocochlear lesion , The decay also happened in a promontory stimulation test which was part , of an evaluation to see if a cochlear implant would be indicated. , Therefore, the cochlea itself is not the cause of the strange , symptoms. Its either the auditory nerve or the brain. , I wonder if it could somehow be caused by adapting to tinnitus. Since , tinnitus tends to sound like a steady tone or other steady sound, could , it be that the auditory nerve and/or auditory processing in the brain , has learned to filter out all steady tones and other steady sounds that , last more than a couple of minutes? The fact that the sound comes back , to full loudness instantly if its interrupted for even a fraction of a , second seems to support this. I think there is ...
Bruce- The Loudness Toolbox assumes your inputs to the functions are in Pascals. Here is a simple check that one of the wavefiles labeled as 60dBSPL in the Loudness_Validation.m script, uses this calibration convention and is, in fact, 60dBSPL. [Tone_1kHz_60dBSPL,fs,bits] = wavread(fullfile(WAV,ToneBurst_1000Hz_60dBSPL_200ms.wav)); Verify_Tone_dBSPL = 20*log10(sqrt(var(Tone_1kHz_60dBSPL(1000:8000)))./20e-6) Verify_Tone_dBSPL = 59.9960 In MATLAB, any vector you send to one of the loudness functions should use this convention (1 Pa = 94dBSPL). When you input your 94dBSPL calibration tone as a time series to the loudness functions, please verify that the RMS value is 1. If it isnt, then you need to multiply by a scale factor so that your RMS value is 1. Also, its important to make sure you are taking the RMS of only the steady state portion of the signal, hence the use of only a portion of the file in the above example, Tone_1kHz_60dBSPL(1000:8000). I hope this helps. -Tony -- Tony Miller ...
You sort of answered your own question. Loudness is a subjective impression of signal level. Its generally believed that the perception of loudness is non-linear and correlated with a number of psychoacoustic factors. Therefore, does it really matter to the end-user what the actual sound pressure level is of each PC component separately? I would argue that it does not matter as much as one might be inclined to believe. In other words, SPL is quite different from most other PC benchmarks whose scores have a more generalizable meaning. Yes, it is important for reviewers, such as SPCR to be able to measure noise performance, especially across the entire audible spectrum. After all, we, the readers, are interested in knowing which components are quieter than others. But, the actual perception of loudness of a system composed of those benchmarked components, will often be different for different end-users. Mike sometimes remarks in his reviews, quite correctly, that the SPL values obtained are ...
Audiologists and hearing scientists are familiar with human equal loudness contours (feature image above). Samsung is too, using those contours in its pat
Our CTO for Broadcast & Production, Thomas Lund and our Senior Research Engineer, Esben Skovenborg (Ph.D.) presented Convention Paper 8983 entitled: Level-Normalization of Feature Films Using Loudness vs Speech at the 135th AES Convention in New York.. It was very well received. In fact, the authors were selected by AES to receive a Best Peer-Reviewed Paper award for their work. "Needless to say were very honored to receive this award that recognizes our scientific research methods as well as our contribution to the field of loudness technology. Although TC and others have provided loudness solutions for years, considerable challenges remain, and by basing new products and technology on empirical research we are better able to serve the needs of the broadcasters and audio engineers," ...
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When we talk about how powerful sound is, we talk in terms of decibels (dB). The dB scale is logarithmic in nature, so every increase of 10dB represents an increase of force by a power of 10, and an increase of perceived loudness by a factor of 2. 70dB is 10 times as powerful as 60dB, but only twice as "loud." Similarly, a decrease in 10dB is a halving of loudness, a decrease of 20dB will mean the sound is only 1/4th as loud, and so on.. For reference, most smartphones tend to range between 30dB (at minimum volume) and 110dB (at maximum volume) when you listen to headphones. As you can imagine, this means that increasing volume on your headphones will subject your ears to a lot of force fast, so its important to keep your listening volumes low. But how low is safe changes depending on how long youre listening. If youre listening to music 8 hours a day like I do (I mean come on, I review headphones), NIOSH recommends you keep your levels below 85dB. However, casual listeners who only listen ...
Reverse My Tinnitus Review - Discover How To get Rid Of Tinnitus Naturally Tinnitus is the sensation of hearing certain noises for example ringing, buzzing or any other sounds in a continual or intermittent type, and in a different range of loudness, if you find no actual real audio to listen for. The sounds are usually heard once the background .... Read More » ...
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netbuzz writes A new law banning broadcasters from delivering TV commercials at a higher volume takes effect today at the end of a yearlong implementation period. Called the CALM Act, or Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act, the law does provide for violators to be fined. TV commercials...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Loudness balance between acoustic and electric stimulation by a patient with a multichannel cochlear implant. AU - Dorman, Michael. AU - Smith, L.. AU - Parkin, J. L.. PY - 1993/8. Y1 - 1993/8. N2 - Estimates of loudness balance were obtained for acoustically and electrically presented 250 Hz sine signals from a patient who uses the Ineraid multichannel cochlear implant. Acoustic and electric loudness matching was possible because the patient evidenced a 25 dB HL threshold at 250 Hz in his nonimplanted ear. The level of the electrical stimulus in microamperes required for a balance of loudness grew linearly with equal increments in decibels for the acoustic stimulus. These data, in concert with the very limited data from previous studies, provide a rationale for using a logarithmic transformation of acoustic to electric intensity in signal processors for cochlear implants.. AB - Estimates of loudness balance were obtained for acoustically and electrically presented 250 Hz sine ...
The Uncomfortable Loudness Level (ULL) test is mostly carried out where individuals report they have a strong aversion to loud sounds. There are times when people with a hearing loss develop a condition known as abnormal loudness growth (or recruitment) which makes them more sensitive to loud noises than someone with normal hearing, reducing their dynamic range of hearing (the difference between only just hearing sounds faintly to sounds being painfully loud). As the ULL test involves presenting progressively louder tones to an individual through headphones, it must be carried out very carefully by the audiologist in order to both attain accurate results and limit the discomfort of the patient. So, yes it is possible to have a ULL test with very sensitive hearing but it takes a fully qualified and skilled clinician to perform the test.. ...
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The course covers facts and information about tinnitus and looks at theories about how tinnitus becomes a problem, leading on to techniques and strategies you can use to alleviate the tinnitus-related distress.
Design: The authors searched the Cochrane Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders Group Trials Register; Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials; PubMed; EMBASE; CINAHL; LILACS; KoreaMed; IndMed; PakMediNet; CAB Abstracts; Web of Science; BIOSIS Previews; ISRCTN; ClinicalTrials.gov; IC-TRP; and Google Scholar. In addition, the authors searched the gray literature including conference abstracts, disserta- tions, and editorials. No records were excluded on the basis of controls used, outcomes reached, timing, setting, or study design (except for reviews-of the search results. Records were included in which a psy- chological therapy intervention was reported to address adults (≤18 years) tinnitus-related distress. No restrictive criteria were placed upon the term tinnitus. Records were excluded in which the intervention included biofeedback, habituation, hypnosis, or relaxation as necessary parts of the treatment ...
Current clinical assessment of tinnitus relies mainly on self-report. Psychoacoustic assessment of tinnitus pitch and loudness are recommended but methods yield variable results. Herein, we investigated the proposition that a previously validated fixed laboratory-based method (Touchscreen) and a newly developed clinically relevant portable prototype (Stand-alone) yield comparable results in the assessment of psychoacoustic tinnitus pitch and loudness. Participants with tinnitus [N = 15, 7 with normal hearing and 8 with hearing loss (HL)] and participants simulating tinnitus (simulators, N = 15) were instructed to rate the likeness of pure tones (250-16 kHz) to their tinnitus pitch and match their loudness using both methods presented in a counterbalanced order. Results indicate that simulators rated their
The purpose of this study was to examine differences between the speech of women in two age groups, 20-30 years old and over 75 years old. Age-related differences in peak intraoral air pressure (PIO), consonant duration (CD), vowel duration (VD), voice onset time (VOT), and vocal intensity were studied. The intensity task consisted of three repetitions of sustained /Q / at three loudness levels. For the other speech tasks, consonant-vowel (CV) , vowel-consonant- vowel (VCV) , and vowel-consonant (VC) syllables were embedded in the carrier phrase Speak again. The consonants were /p, t, b, d, s, and z/ combined with /a/. Short samples from the syllable task were played to listeners who estimated the ages of the speakers. The listeners consistently estimated ages that closely approximated the chronological age of the speakers, r=.88. Peak PIO magnitudes did not differ significantly between the young and non-denture wearing older speakers. The denture wearing older speakers exhibited higher peak ...
Evidence for the neural mechanism of increased behavioral specificity was found in A1. We discovered that RGFP966 enhanced the cortical representations of the two reward-related signal sounds. Indeed, the tonotopic areas of both the Signal A and Signal B frequencies increased in RGFP966-treated animals relative to vehicle-treated controls (Fig. 2B). Furthermore, in addition to a specific effect on sound frequency map expansion in A1, the RGFP966 effect extended to an additional acoustic parameter: sound loudness. This was detectable because Signal A was unique in its sound level during training, i.e., it was always presented at 70 dB. A1 neurophysiology was determined at multiple sound levels, including 70 dB, thereby enabling analysis of neural specificity for sound loudness. Remarkably, RGFP966 enhanced the expansion for the 5.0 kHz (Signal A) frequency only in its representation in A1 near the 70 dB SPL (Fig. 2C). The high signal specificity for both the frequency and loudness of Signal A was ...
Gap detection threshold (GDT) is a commonly used measure of temporal acuity in cochlear-implant (CI) recipients. This measure, like other measures of temporal acuity, shows considerable variation across subjects and also varies across stimulation sit
Pitch and loudness are subjective properties of sound. Pitch is closely correlated with frequency, and loudness is closely correlated with amplitude. However, under certain circumstances, slight changes of pitch can be created by changes of amplitude, and changes of loudness can be created by changes of frequency. The ears uneven response is part of the explanation for these latter phenomena. In the pitch standard known as concert pitch, the note A4 (the A above middle C) is set t ...
This isnt a prelude to suddenly becoming active on FB but I felt I had to share this. Yesterday there was an AES session on mastering for high resolution (whatever that is) whose highlight was a talk about the state of the loudness war, why were still fighting it and what the final arrival of on-by-default loudness normalisation on streaming services means for mastering. It also contained a two-pronged campaign piece for MQA. During it, every classical misconception and canard about digital audio was trotted out in an amazingly short time. Interaural timing resolution, check. Pictures showing staircase waveforms, check. That old chestnut about the ear beating the Fourier uncertainty (the acoustical equivalent of saying that human observers are able to beat Heisenbergs uncertainty principle), right there.. At the end of the talk I got up to ask a scathing question and spectacularly fumbled my attack*. So for those who were wondering what I was on about, here goes. A filtering operation is a ...
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https://www.theguardian.com/science/neurophilosophy/2016/apr/05/gut-bacteria-brain-myelin Wasnt sure where to post this, as its not tinnitus-related...
A color manager for use with a luminaire constituted of a plurality of different colored light emitting diode based sub-luminaires arranged to produce a combined light. The color manager is constituted of a sampler arranged to output an electrical representation of the optical output of the luminaire, a converter coupled to the output of said sampler and operatively associated with a current selector arranged to select the driving current level of the luminaire from a plurality of current levels. The converter is arranged to convert said electrical representation to a pre-determined calorimetric system in cooperation with a calibration matrix whose values are selected responsive to the selected driving current level. The color manager further comprises a driver operatively associated with the luminaire, the converter and current selector and arranged to drive the luminaire in accordance with the driving current level as selected by the selector.
Tinnitus evaluation is done to determine the pitch, loudness of the tinnitus and the minimum level to match the tinnitus and our approach to manage your tinnitus.
The spatio-temporal pattern in the auditory nerve (AN), i.e. the temporal pattern of AN fiber activity across the tonotopic axis, provides cues to important features in sounds such as pitch, loudness, and spatial location ...
Today, I had the most peculiar sound go off in my left ear. A very, VERY, V E R Y loud high pitched squeal. Ears make noises - weirdo electronic sounding squeals, beeps, scrunchings - I think thats normal. Ive had similar sounds to what I heard today but this was very different because of its loudness and intensity. Its difficult to explain but the sound felt internal. The noise was in a frequency that I can no longer hear if its coming from the outside. Make sense ...
Wheezing is a whistling noise of varying pitch and loudness that occurs when the small airways of the lungs become narrower because of inflammation or a buildup of mucus and dead cells in the airway. As these small air passages become narrower, wheezing may be heard when the person breathes out. As the passages continue to narrow, wheezing may be heard when the person breathes both in and out.. When a person has severe difficulty breathing, wheezing may no longer be heard because very little air is moving through the narrowed airways.. A doctor may order a chest X-ray or breathing test (spirometry) to determine the cause of a persons wheezing. Some causes of wheezing include bronchitis, allergies, or asthma. Treatment depends on the cause of the wheezing and may include medicines, an inhaler, or a machine to help a person breathe. ...
Id like to go down to the Bar to watch some of the Sox game, but I can hear from here that the Bar is full of NY Giants fans. The screams when they score are identifiable by loudness and the quality of the screaming (Saturday morning Wisconsin football fans there can be just as loud, but sound a little more human). ...
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An item can be enchanted by using an enchantment table and placing the item and 1-3 lapis lazuli in the input slots. Upon placing the item, three randomized options will appear on the right of the GUI. The glyphs here do not affect the enchantment, but hovering over a presented enchantment will show one enchantment that will be applied. Only choices with a level requirement equal to or below the players current level and a lapis lazuli requirement equal to or below the number of lapis lazuli placed in the table can be chosen. Each option will imbue the item with a randomized set of enchantments that are dependent on the number of experience levels required (e.g. a level 1 enchantment can give a pickaxe the "Efficiency I" enchantment); the actual level cost and the number of lapis lazuli required has no effect. The level requirement influences the quantity, type, and level of enchantments instilled in the item, with a higher experience level generally resulting in more and/or higher-level ...
its dedicated slot. Upon placing the item, three randomized options will appear on the right of the GUI. The glyphs here do not affect the enchantment, but hovering over a presented enchantment will show one enchantment that will be applied. Only choices with a level requirement equal to or below the players current level and a lapis lazuli requirement equal to or below the number of lapis lazuli placed in the table can be chosen. Each option will imbue the item with a randomized set of enchantments that are dependent on the number of experience levels required (e.g. a level 1 enchantment can give a pickaxe the "Efficiency I" enchantment); the actual level cost and the number of lapis lazuli required has no effect.. The level requirement influences the quantity, type, and level of enchantments instilled in the item, with a higher experience level generally resulting in more and/or higher-level enchantments. Nevertheless, there is a heavy random factor, and even a level 30 enchantment (the ...
ObjectiveTo evaluate the 2 major components of tinnitus severity, loudness and annoyance, and their degree of dependence on characteristics of tinnitus manifest
Tinnitus most commonly begins with alterations of input from the ear resulting from cochlear trauma or overstimulation of the ear. Because the cochlear nucleus is the first processing center in the brain receiving cochlear input, it is the first brainstem station to adjust to this modified input from the cochlea. Research published over the last 30 years demonstrates changes in neural circuitry and activity in the cochlear nucleus that are associated with and may be the origin of the signals that give rise to tinnitus percepts at the cortical level. This chapter summarizes what is known about these disturbances and their relationships to tinnitus. It also summarizes the mechanisms that trigger tinnitus-related disturbances and the anatomical, chemical, neurophysiological, and biophysical defects that underlie them. It concludes by highlighting some major controversies that research findings have generated and discussing the clinical implications the findings have for the future treatment of tinnitus.
Tinnitus is the perception of sound in the absence of any external stimulus. Oxidative stress is possibly involved in its pathogenesis and a variety of antioxidant compounds have been studied as potential treatment approaches. The objective of the present study was to assess the effects of antioxidant supplementation in tinnitus patients. This is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial. Patients (N = 70) were randomly allocated to antioxidant supplementation (N = 35) or to placebo (N = 35) for a total of 3 months. Demographic, anthropometric, clinical, and nutritional data were collected. Serum total antioxidant capacity (TAC), oxidized LDL (oxLDL), and superoxide dismutase (SOD), tinnitus loudness, frequency, and minimum masking level (MML), and scores in Tinnitus Handicap Inventory questionnaire (THI), Tinnitus Functional Index (TFI), and Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) were evaluated at baseline and follow-up. Tinnitus loudness and MML significantly decreased from baseline to post
Large breasts cause neck and back pain, irritating grooves, cut in the skin of the shoulders by the pressure of brassiere straps, breast pain, and maceration and dermatoses in the inframammary region. From a psychological point of view, excessively large breasts can be troublesome focus of embarrassment for the teenager as well as the woman in her senior years. Unilateral hypertrophy with asymmetry heightens embarrassment. Thus, patients seek to reduce the size of their breasts.. In the human female, variant receptors were detected in epithelial cells in normal breast tissue, benign breast lesions, breast carcinoma tissue, and breast cancer cell lines2-11. The cause of the difference in breast development status is still unclear. Abnormalities at the tissue receptor level may be important in the pathophysiology of macromastia. This study aimed to make clear the difference in variant receptor levels between breast hypertrophy patients and macromastia ones by examining the receptor levels in ...
Its a Super Sound Sunday! Learn about the loudness levels at an NFL stadium and at a sports bar, and how you can protect your ears.
This paper is concerned with the perception of dynamic range in the nonlinear system. The work is differentiated from the generic investigation of sound quality which is usually associated with studies of nonlinear distortion. The proposed hypothesis suggests that distortion products generated within the compressive type nonlinear system are able to act as loudness compensator for the associated amplitude compression in the loudness function. The hypothesis is tested using the Time-Varying...
In an October 18, 2008 statement released via the bands official web site, Munetaka wrote about his condition (translated from Japanese), It has been half a year since I was diagnosed with liver cancer. I am really sorry that the fans are worried. The cancer has become worse despite the fact that I have been taking care of my health, and I will need more time for my treatment. [Even after undergoing the] big operation to remove half of my liver, I still need more treatment. There are various risks and dangers involved with my condition, but Ill do my best to keep my spirits up and maintain my physical strength to fight this illness. I know it is still the middle of my treatment, but I just wanted inform you about my progress since the operation. Thank you very much for all the support ...
The diagnosis of tinnitus relies on self-report. Psychoacoustic measurements of tinnitus pitch and loudness are essential for assessing claims and discriminating true from false ones. For this reason, the quantification of tinnitus remains a challenging research goal. We aimed to: (1) assess the pre …