Switching the direction of hair cells

Radium glucegen at excite.com
Mon Jul 21 03:32:56 EST 2003


Hi:

I am interested in knowing what would happen if sound entering the
back end of the cochlea were perceived as high-pitched while sounds
entering the front entrance of the cochlea were perceived as
lower-pitched.

This means lower-frequencies would be higher-pitched, while
higher-frequencies would be lower-pitched.

In addition:

1. Bass (bluntness) would be high-pitched.
2. Treble (sharpness) would be low-pitched.



What would be the physical and psychological effects of this?



Thanks in advance, 


Radium




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