missing fundamental illusion

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An auditory illusion of pitch perception that arises if the set of overtones or harmonics associated with a certain fundamental frequency are presented to a listener without the fundamental frequency: the listener perceives the sound as having the pitch of the fundamental although the fundamental frequency is not present in the sound. See also combination tone, otogenic tone.

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