04_CM0340Tut_Human_Hearing

04_CM0340Tut_Human_Hearing - CM0340 Tutorial 4: How Human...

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1 JJ II J I Back Close CM0340 Tutorial 4: How Human Hearing Works In this tutorial, in an addendum to the MPEG Audio Lecture Notes, we explain in a little more detail how Human Hearing works. This should help us understand how Frequency and Temporal Works in Human Hearing and how we can exploit these traits in MPEG Audio compression.
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2 JJ II J I Back Close Human Hearing Upon receiving the the waveform the eardrum vibrates in sympathy Through a variety of mechanisms the acoustic energy is transferred to nerve impulses that the brain interprets as sound. The ear can be regarded as being made up of 3 parts: The outer ear, The middle ear, The inner ear.
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3 JJ II J I Back Close Human Ear We consider: The function of the main parts of the ear How the transmission of sound is processed.
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4 JJ II J I Back Close FLASH EAR DEMO (Lecture ONLY) Click Here to Run Flash Ear Demo over the Web (Shockwave Required)
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JJ II J I Back Close The Outer Ear Ear Canal : Focuses the incoming audio. Eardrum (Tympanic Membrane) : Interface between the external and middle ear. Sound is converted into mechanical vibrations via the
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