Sound happens in time. Human ears detect more objective regularities of a sonic flow, than those we are in general able to describe, yet. This is a study of sound in the time domain. Sound streams to be detected by human ears have a hierachical organization. This can also be seen on the time-organization of entropic flow of the signal, that we choose as variable. We describe an experiment where ability to synchronize by ear a spoken signal with another signal of disturbs, is matched to the entropic content of the spoken signal at any given time; i.e. the disturb is statistically placed more precisely if it happens in areas of high entropy.
TEDESCHINI LALLI, L. (2004). Listening: Sound Stream as a Clock. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS B, 18, 793-800.