P U R E D A T A
Speech Intelligibility Research using Pure Data
A pure data patch designed in order to run experiment testing the differing masking effects of reverberation and noise on speech intelligibility. Participants were presented with nine 10 syllable sentences, 3 times. The first time it is presented, the participant hears the sentence with 1 of 3 types of reverberation and in combination with white noise at a specific amplitude. The 2nd time, the participant hears the sentence presented dry, in combination with white noise at a specific amplitude. The third time, the sentence is heard with the same reverberation present but without white noise present. After hearing each sentence, participants rate the sentence intelligibility on a scale from 0 - 9. A rating of 0 constitutes complete lack of understanding of the spoken sentence. 9 constitutes complete and effortless understanding of the spoken sentence. After listening to, and rating the set of 3 sentences, participants then type the sentence they have heard into a message box, recording their results.
Roland Juno 60 Emulation
An emulation of the iconic Juno 60, built entirely in the Pure Data programming language. Featuring wave selector, sampler and sequencer. Midi enabled.