That's very interesting. Can you, please, point me to a paper on this?
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2013/4/2 Paul Davis
Thanks in advance,
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2013/4/2 Paul Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org<=
its a common woo belief that you can "train" the ear to hear =
these differences and people who work in audio like to think they've do=
ne so. the current understanding of the ability to hear the differences, ho=
wever, is not based on "training" but physiological abilities of =
the inner ear. double blind tests of discrimination including self-classifi=
ed "golden ears" doesn't show them to substantively better th=
an a random population sample.
That's very interesting. Can you, pl=
ease, point me to a paper on this?
Thanks in advance,<=
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