Onset-inhibition in the auditory brainstem: a potential mechanism for signal enhancement of speech-like sounds
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Published: 8 July 2013
Onset inhibition in the auditory brainstem can improve harmonic signal strength of speech sounds by suppressing the inharmonic onset noise associated with glottal pulses.
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