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Pitch Perception of Frequency-Modulated Tones

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Results of research on pitch perception of frequency-modulated tones are presented in the paper. The experiment was done for six tones of various frequencies, with three modulating frequencies. It turned out that frequency deviation does not influence a pitch perception in some particular way, i.e. there is no relation between the standard deviation of obtained results, and frequency changes.

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