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Volume 154,
Issue 3,
September 2023

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The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America is the leading source of theoretical and experimental research results in the broad interdisciplinary subject of sound. The journal serves physical scientists, life scientists, engineers, psychologists, physiologists, architects, musicians, and speech communication specialists.

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Scott C. Haskell, Ning Lu et al.
A 700 kHz histotripsy array is used to generate repeated cavitation events in agarose, gelatin, and polyacrylamide hydrogels. High-speed optical imaging, a broadband hydrophone, and the narrow-band ...
Stephen McAdams, Etienne Thoret et el.
Timbre provides an important cue to identify musical instruments. Many timbral attributes covary with other parameters like pitch. This study explores listeners' ability to construct categories ...
A. Mimani, S. Nama
This work presents the results of a perception-based study of changes in the local soundscape at residences across India during the last 2 years of the COVID-19 pandemic and their effects on ...
Alain de Cheveigné
This paper suggests an explanation for listeners' greater tolerance to positive than negative mistuning of the higher tone within an octave pair. It hypothesizes a neural circuit tuned to ...
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The amplitude modulation following response (AMFR) is the steady-state auditory response signaling phase-locking to slow variations in the amplitude (AM) of auditory stimuli that provide fundamental ...
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Resonance ultrasound spectroscopy is a non-destructive technique used to assess materials' elastic and anelastic properties. It involves measuring the frequencies of free vibrations in a carefully ...
Christine H. Shadle, Wei-Rong Chen et al.
Fricatives have noise sources that are filtered by the vocal tract and that typically possess energy over a much broader range of frequencies than observed for vowels and sonorant consonants. This ...

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