Effects of fundamentals and subharmonic pitches on consonance perception of complex chords

Myers, Will S.

This study is an attempt to provide empirical evidence for two theories of consonance using musically complex stimuli: harmonicity theory first proposed by Helmholtz (1863) and a more recent theory involving subharmonics proposed by Cariani (2001). 21 musically-trained Tufts students listened to groups of four chords composed of complex tones (a four-note chord, the same chord with a ... read more

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