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Psychoacoustics Welcome to my Psychoacoustics page. For a while I have thought that no recording application offers an adequate simulation of the way an instrument actually sounds to a human listener. It's a simple fact that microphones don't record the way humans hear sound, and most drum machines don't represent the acoustic properties of drums and percussion instruments, especially when recorded at their natural volume. Although humans have a fairly sophisticated inner ear, the basic setup of the inner ear is like that of a very cheap, highly sensitive mic. For this reason, many sounds that we hear through headphones are actually produced by the ear, amplified by the skull, and fed into the brain. If the sound is louder, the skull vibrates more. If the skull vibrates more, the brain creates more electronic signals. The brain amplifies these signals and sends them to the cortex where they are "hearable." The basic setup of the inner ear is compared to that of a microphone in Figure 1. Figure 1 The ear consists of three main parts: the external auditory canal (EAC), the middle ear, and the internal auditory canal (IAC). The EAC is what provides the external acoustic resonance of the ear. Its function is to act as a resonator and to help the ear amplify sound by controlling the speed of sound in and out of the ear. The IAC is responsible for capturing and amplifying vibrations that occur within the ear. It communicates with the middle ear. The middle ear is actually a pair of cochlea or snail-shaped structures that vibrate when sound waves enter the ear. The two cochleas are connected by a small, curved bony space called the oval window, which functions as a passive mechanical component. The oval window vibrates with the same waveform as the sound waves. It directs the sound waves towards the internal structure of the inner ear, called the inner ear, where vibrations are converted into electrical impulses. The inner ear has three main components: the cochlea, the auditory nerve (or the spiral nerve), and the vestibular nerve. The cochlea is a snail-shaped structure that has about 11,000 separate, hollow tubes called hair cells. The hair cells are surrounded by a fluid called perilymph. The shape of the cochlea is very similar to the cochlea of a guitar, but it is much



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