Psychoacoustics

Term Category: Voice Science

Psychoacoustics is the study of the psychological and physiological effects of sound perception on the human auditory system. It explores how the brain processes and interprets sound stimuli, including the perception of pitch, loudness, timbre, and spatial localization. Psychoacoustics delves into the intricate relationship between physical sound properties and the subjective experiences of listeners.

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