The audibility of time delays applied to several different stimuli, in which the time delay simulates the effects of frequency selective diffraction and reflection, have been determined. The stimuli were filtered and relative time shifted, then summed maintaining a flat spectral content. In general, lower-level filtering of the frequencies is more detectable at larger time shifts, with pink noise showing the reverse effect.:
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