Measurements and Judgments of Sound in relation to Human Sound Perception: Part 2: Guidelines for listening tests

Torben Holm Pedersen, Truls Gjestland, Mendel Kleiner, Panu Maijala, Carsten L. Fog

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    Abstract

    The interest in using listening tests as both an objective and a subjective measuring tool is increasing. There are no generally accepted guidelines for making listening tests so the results are seldom comparable, and there is a risk that "newcomers" in this field make fundamental methodological errors. Part 2 of this NORDTEST guideline is meant as a help to make effective andreliable listening tests. For some topics the guideline gives specific recommendations, for other topics the text has the charact er of a list of items to remember or to consider. As new concepts within acoustics are introduced, the sectionwith definitions and terms is rather comprehensive.
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages19
    Publication statusPublished - 2001
    MoE publication typeD4 Published development or research report or study

    Publication series

    SeriesNordtest technical report
    NumberNT AV 1456/01
    ISSN0283-7234

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    Pedersen, T. H., Gjestland, T., Kleiner, M., Maijala, P., & Fog, C. L. (2001). Measurements and Judgments of Sound in relation to Human Sound Perception: Part 2: Guidelines for listening tests. Nordtest technical report, No. NT AV 1456/01