Re: what was that?


Subject: Re: what was that?
From: sylvi macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Sat Aug 13 2005 - 04:58:39 EDT


dear Ogga

did i hear you say ?

!!! ooooo, hgu hgu, tnurg tnurg

and pretend it was by James ? nice to meet you Ogga :-)

can you xplain this snip > The Mail quoted researcher Michael Hunter as
saying, "The female voice is actually more complex than the male voice, due
to differences in the size and shape of the vocal cords and larynx between
men and women, and also due to women having greater natural 'melody' in their
voices.
>>>>the brain may find it much harder to conjure up a false female voice
accurately than a false male voice.> endquote

what th ? and what wzs that aboot melodies ?
astute lullabies & rhythms de pods ... ;-) ????

what is th range of women's & men's voices ?
and where is th usual range of 'our' hearing ?

best regards, Aggo ;-)

James Bailey wrote:

> grunt grunt, ugh ugh, ooooo!!!
>
> Ogga
>
> > did anyone else read this article? just gas for the
> > fire (ala yahoo news):
> >
> > Sat Aug 6, 7:29 PM ET
> >
> > LONDON (AFP) - Men who are accused of never listening
> > by women now have an excuse -- women's voices are more
> > difficult for men to listen to than other men's, a
> > report said.
> >
> > The Daily Mail, quoting findings published in the
> > specialist magazine
> >
> > NeuroImage, said researchers at Sheffield university
> > in northern England discovered startling differences
> > in the way the brain responds to male and female
> > sounds.
> >
> > Men deciphered female voices using the auditory part
> > of the brain that processes music, while male voices
> > engaged a simpler mechanism, it said.
> >
> > The Mail quoted researcher Michael Hunter as saying,
> > "The female voice is actually more complex than the
> > male voice, due to differences in the size and shape
> > of the vocal cords and larynx between men and women,
> > and also due to women having greater natural 'melody'
> > in their voices.
> >
> > "This causes a more complex range of sound frequencies
> > than in a male voice."
> >
> > The findings may help explain why people suffering
> > hallucinations usually hear male voices, the report
> > added, as the brain may find it much harder to conjure
> > up a false female voice accurately than a false male voice.
> >
> > www.billthompson.org
> >
> > ........................................................................
> > "The more you think about things the weirder they seem." -Calvin
> >
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