Definition of psychoacoustic in English:

psychoacoustic

adjective

  • See psychoacoustics

    • ‘Layer 3 uses perceptual audio coding and psychoacoustic compression to remove all superfluous information (more specifically, the redundant and irrelevant parts of a sound signal).’
    • ‘Cheaper speaker systems have used psychoacoustic methods to fool the ear into thinking sounds are being produced from virtual locations surrounding the listener.’
    • ‘He has put together a detailed model of about 15 regions that deal with auditory processing, and has applied psychoacoustic tests of the model, comparing it to human auditory perception.’
    • ‘We can apply for example psychoacoustic tests to Watts' simulation of these 15 regions, get very similar results as we get applying psychoacoustic tests to human auditory perception.’
    • ‘Moreover, in addition to the well-known superiority of the right ear for language tasks, there is evidence of ear differences for simple psychoacoustic tasks such as frequency discrimination.’