- Jun 3, 2019
- New York City
I’m not a statistician, but that table on p. 7 sayes “underpowered” study. A lot more people got 2 or 3 out of 3 than you might expect, so, interesting, but not very convincing.Kunchur's "work" in audio is incredibly shoddy.
I liked the first part of this paragraph, though. Not so sure about the “extraordinary capabilities of the ear”. I suspect the editor might have crossed out “ear” and substituted “brain”.
If two audio configurations are audibly distinguishable, then physical differences between their signals must necessarily exist. However, measuring them and interpreting their relevance for audio performance is challenging because of the difficulties in matching the extraordinary capabilities of the ear, and because of our incomplete understanding of auditory neurophysiology.