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English: Ascending–descending target formant FM pattern (left pattern of top trace in Figure 1). High fundamental frequency (189 Hz) with an excursion wider than the widest used in the experiment (75%). The FM rate is 5 Hz.
Source Audio example 1 from Divenyi P (2014). "Decreased ability in the segregation of dynamically changing vowel-analog streams: a factor in the age-related cocktail-party deficit?". Frontiers in Neuroscience. DOI:10.3389/fnins.2014.00144. PMID 24971047. PMC: 4054799.
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