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A Study of Evaluating the Button Sounds using Wavelets
A lot of attention has been directed at designing various sounds that are treated as noise, such as automobile acceleration sounds and cleaner sounds. The reason is that the idea of sound being a normal part of product operation has permeated society. We focused on sound design and evaluating it for 11 kinds of button sounds. First, an impression was extracted by the semantic differential (SD) method, and the relevance with a time frequency analysis was investigated. Next, we confirmed whether or not the impression changed when a sound that generated a bad impression was processed using adaptive control into a sound that generated a good impression.
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