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1.Open minds

2.Serious uncertainty, here  and... Schrödinger cat/s, here
3.Consciousness

4.Advanced 

5.Misteries of the universe
6.Cosmos
7.Word  ''TIMBRE''  definitions

8.Molecular basis for Mozart effect revealed

9.Binaural hearing in a cocktail party

10.Echoes from Acoust.Soc.of Am.

11.Du fétichisme en musique et de la régression de l'audition 

12.Fundamental range for the principal instruments and voices 

13.Expression and communication in musical performance

14.Vocal-tract resonances: understanding the words

15.Voices and strings- Close cousins or not?

16.Using brief glimpses to decompose mixtures

17.A Review of Published Research on Low Frequency Noise& Effects
18.Choir Acoustics: An Overview of Scientific Research Published
19.Human Auditory Cortical Dynamics

20.About voice quality   

21.Musical Qualia, Context, Time and Emotions

22.How False Memories Are Formed
23. Separation of concurrent broadband sound sources

24. Equal-loudness-level contours for pure tones

25. Localization dominance in the median-sagittal plane
26.Statistical-acoustics models of energy decay
 
 
 
 

31.The Investigation of Consciousness Through Phenomenology and Neuroscience

32.Pitch perception models - a historical review
33. The Listener and the Acoustic Environment
34.Why the past is sometimes perceived, and not only remembered
35.Increased auditory cortical representation in musicians
36. INDIVIDUAL SUBJECTIVE PREFERENCE OF LISTENERS TO VOCAL MUSIC SOURCES IN RELATION TO THE SUBSEQUENT REVERBERATION TIME OF SOUND FIELDS
37.The frequency range of the voice fundamental in the speech of male&female
38.Perceptual evaluation of multi-dimensional spatial audio reproduction
39.Neuromagnetic measurement of sound location processing in the human brain
40.A nonmusical paradigm for identifying absolute pitch possessors
41.Acoustic imaging in enclosed spaces: Analysis of room geometry modifications on the impulse response
42.Listening difficulty as a subjective measure for evaluation of speech transmission performance in public spaces
43.Masker-first advantage for cues in informational masking
44.Perfect harmony: A mathematical analysis of four historical tunings
45. Multi - dimensional audio
 
 

 

49.Vocal tract resonances in singing: The soprano voice
50.The Musical Brain
51.Objective measure of Sound Coloration in rooms 
52.TEMPORAL  CONSTRAINTS  ON  APPARENT  MOTION IN  AUDITORY SPACE
53.INSTRUMENTAL TIMBRE AND RELATED ACOUSTICAL PHENOMENA IN THE PERCEPTION OF MUSIC
54.HIGH LEVEL FACTORS AND THE MUSICAL SALIENCY OF AUDITORY PHENOMENA
55.The Perception of Musical Tones
 

57.THE RELATION BETWEEN SPATIAL IMPRESSION AND THE PRECEDENCE EFFECT

58.Critical comparison of acoustical and perceptual theories of the origin of musical scales
59.Absolute pitch: perception, coding, and controversies

 

HERE ARE LINKS TO LOW FREQUENCY AND MORE DIFFUSING THEORY

61.TWO PAPERS EXPLAINING WHY THE LOW FREQUENCIES ARE SO IMPORTANT TO BE VERY WELL CONTROLLED :  PAPER1  AND...  PAPER 2

62.More about masking is here

63.Diffusion visualization 

64. Studies of analytical models for spherical and cylindrical scattering

65.Sound focusing in rooms: I. The time-reversal approach 

66.Sound focusing in rooms. II. The spatio-temporal inverse filter 

71.Hardening and softening nonlinear behavior in acoustic resonators

73.Extracting magnitude estimations of loudness from pairwise judgments1.

77.SOUND AS A PHYSICAL PHENOMENON

78.AUDIBILITY OF PHASE DISTORTION IN AUDIO SIGNALS

79.THE BRAIN AUDITORY NUCLEI AND CENTRIFUGAL PATHWAY

80.HEARING, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECT OF

85.WHY IS SO IMPORTANT TO HAVE ANALYTICAL HEARING 

86.A PERCEPTUAL APPROACH TO ACOUSMATIC IS HERE  

87.BRAINS ARE ALSO HERE ! 

88.PERCEPTUAL SCALING OF ROOM REVERBERATION.

90.HERE ABOUT COINCIDENCE DETECTION  

91.AND WHY DO OCTAVES SOUNDS THE SAME ? 

92.ABOUT A ''nervous''  MUSICAL EXPERIMENT 

94.Human pitch perception is reflected in the timing of stimulus-related cortical activity

95.THE INTERPLAY OF LINGUISTIC AND HISTORICAL INFLUENCES ON MUSICAL RHYTHM IN DIFFERENT CULTURES

96.Human Auditory Cortical Dynamics During Perception of Long Acoustic Sequences

97.Temporal patterns of human cortical activity reflect tone sequence structure

98.TONE SEQUENCE STRUCTURE IS REFLECTED IN DYNAMIC NEURAL RESPONSES

99.Syntactic Processing in Language and Music: Different Cognitive Operations, Similar Neural Resources?

100.Spectral decomposition of variability in synchronization and continuation tapping: Comparisons between auditory and visual pacing and feedback conditions