Hi everyone, I'd like to share a really stupid trick I have devised for being able to determine the frequency of filtered noise. It seems one can, with better accuracy than you might think, match the sound of filtered noise by making a catlike hissing sound, like when a cat gets mad at you and goes CHHHHHH! 1000Hz is lips rounded, tongue to the back of the soft palette. 9000Hz is wide smile with tongue closer to the alveolar ridge. Everything in between is a continuum between those two positions. I used the practice white noise in the filter game to test this out.
I'd be curious to know if this works for anyone else. I have always liked to vocally imitate sounds, so it helps me to mimic sounds to understand them.
Mar 22, 13:14