Table 4 Complex harmonic tones used in the present study. Frequency partials (from the lowest to the highest; in Hz) and amplitudes (% relative to the maximum amplitude) are listed.

From: Incongruent pitch cues are associated with increased activation and functional connectivity in the frontal areas

chroma octave f1 f2 f3 f4 f5 f6 f7 unit
B 4 61.74 123.47 246.94 493.88 987.77 1975.53 3951.07 Hz
A 5 110 220 440 880 1760 3520 7040 Hz
A# 5 116.54 233.08 466.16 932.33 1864.66 3729.31 7458.62 Hz
B 5 123.47 246.94 493.88 987.77 1975.53 3951.07 7902.13 Hz
A 6 220 440 880 1760 3520 7040 14080  
   10.54 36.79 77.88 100 77.88 36.79 10.54 %
   f1 f2 f3 f4 f5 f6 f7  
      (spectral centroid)     
  1. Note: Each complex tone is listed by a letter representing the pitch chroma (e.g., A, A#, B), followed by a number indicating the octave in which the spectral centroid is placed (e.g., 4, 5, 6). For each complex tone, frequencies of their harmonic partials (from the 1st harmonic f1 to the 7th harmonic f7; in Hz) and their amplitudes (% of the maximum sound levels) are listed. The center frequency partial, f4, has the highest amplitude.