Ramin Hossaini

Sine Wave Speech


First listen to the “whistle” sounds on the page (link) – then listen to the clear-speech. Then finally, listen to the whistles again.

This is an example of perceptual learning, and you will be able to perceive new sine-wave speech sentences more clearly.


2 Responses to Sine Wave Speech

  1. That is freakin’ cool. It means something to me about how we listen to each other – our tendency to hear what we are listening for that has so much influence on how we interpret and misunderstand each other. i think thoughts are forming. To be expressed in my own space. Thanks, brotherman.

  2. I think so too. Definitely helps me explain why I hear things that people didn’t quite say. 🙂

    Selective hearing is very real!

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