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octave
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Octave bands and fractional octave bands

An octave band is a frequency band that spans one octave. In this context an octave can be a factor of 2Crocker 1997 {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20171205150904weblink |date=2017-12-05 }} or a factor of 100.3.IEC 61260-1:2014IANSI S1-6-2016Fractional octave bands such as {{Frac||1|3}} or {{Frac||1|12}} of an octave are widely used in engineering acoustics.WEB,weblink Archived copy, 2017-11-23, live,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20170514010527weblink">weblink 2017-05-14,

See also

References

{{Reflist}}
  • {{wikicite|ref={{harvid|Allen|1967}}|reference=Allen, David. 1967. "Octave Discriminability of Musical and Non-Musical Subjects". Psychonomic Science 7:421–22.}}
  • {{wikicite|ref={{harvid|Blackwell & Schlosberg|1943}}|reference=Blackwell, H. R., & H. Schlosberg. 1943. "Octave Generalization, Pitch Discrimination, and Loudness Thresholds in the White Rat". Journal of Experimental Psychology 33:407–19.}}
  • {{wikicite|ref={{harvid|Cynx|1993}}|reference=Cynx, Jeffrey. 1996. "Neuroethological Studies on How Birds Discriminate Song". In Neuroethology of Cognitive and Perceptual Processes, edited by C. F. Moss and S. J. Shuttleworth, 63. Boulder: Westview Press.}}
  • {{wikicite|ref={{harvid|Demany & Armand|1984}}|reference=Demany, Laurent, and Françoise Armand. 1984. "The Perceptual Reality of Tone Chroma in Early Infancy". Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 76:57–66.}}
  • {{wikicite|ref={{harvid|Sergeant|1983}}|reference=Sergeant, Desmond. 1983. "The Octave: Percept or Concept?" Psychology of Music 11, no. 1:3–18.}}

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