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Windows/DOS downloads

In most of these downloads, you'll find a "read.me" file.

 

  • Cochlear Mechanics - A series of animations showing the influence of outer hair cell contraction on cochlear mechanics. Thanks to Stephen Neely for supplying the program.
  • Filter fitting - These programs estimate auditory filter shapes from notched-noise data. The filters are assumed to have a rounded-exponential shape, and models of various complexity can be fitted depending on the type of data available.
  • Excitation Patterns - these programs calculate excitation patterns from the spectrum. See Moore, Glasberg & Baer (1997)"A Model for the Prediction of Thresholds, Loudness and Partial Loudness", J.Audio.Eng.Soc. 45 224-240
  • Loudness model (normal hearing) - these programs calculate loudness from the spectrum of a sound for a normal ear. See Moore, Glasberg & Baer (1997)"A Model for the Prediction of Thresholds, Loudness and Partial Loudness", J.Audio.Eng.Soc. 45 224-240
  • Loudness model (normal & impaired hearing) - these programs calculate loudness from the spectrum of a sound for a normal or impaired ear. See Moore & Glasberg (1997) "A Model of Loudness Perception Applied to Cochlear Hearing Loss", Auditory Neuroscience 3 289-311
  • Loudness model calculated according to ANSI S3.4-2007.- this program calculates loudness from the spectrum of a sound for normally-hearing people according to ANSI S3.4-2007. 
    Glasberg, B.R. and Moore, B.C.J.(2006)"Prediction of absolute thresholds ....." J, Acoust.Soc.Am. 120, 585-588
  • Time-Varying Loudness - one of these programs (tvl_orig.exe) corresponds to that used in 
    Glasberg, B.R. and Moore, B.C.J.(2002) "A Model of Loudness Applicable to Time-Varying Sounds", J.Audio.Eng.Soc.,50, 331-342 
    The other program, tvl.exe, uses a shorter release time for calculation of the long-term loudness. See the readme file for details.
  • Recruitment simulation " Fairly old programs, new on website" 
  • Changing Hz to ERBs - this program converts between Frequency in Hz, ERB and ERB number.

 

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