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 Re: Intonation difficulty in the simplest case
Author: Dan Shusta 
Date:   2018-09-20 00:34

John, according to the Wikipedia article on pitch, for sounds below 1000Hz, increasing the volume will cause the perceived pitch to sound lower. For sounds above 2000Hz, increasing volume cause the perceived pitch to sound higher. No mention was made as to different instruments...simply the frequencies involved.

Taking the above into context, the echo that you hear will, indeed, be perceived as being "out of tune" or the perceived "pitch" will be different because of the lower sound level intensity.

It appears that the brain perceives pitch differently with respect to the intensity of the volume heard.

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