Stimulus demonstrations from An auditory illusion reveals the role of streaming in the temporal misallocation of perceptual objects

The supplementary material has four sample stimulus files for demonstrating the two paradigms used in Experiment 1. Each file starts with 3 precursor low frequency tones indicating that the low frequency tones in that particular ear need to be attended to. For files Stim1-AM and Stim2-AM, the task is to determine whether the illusion is perceived with amplitude modulated tones or pure tones. For files Stim1-Faded and Stim2-Faded, the task is to determine whether the illusion is perceived with or without a change in the amplitude of the alternating tones. Note that in the fade stimuli, you will perceive some level of overall amplitude change in both the stimuli. However, the task is to report that whether the tones heard alternating during the illusion change on amplitude or not. The description of each of the files is given below. In order to avoid a listening bias, it is advised that you listen to the demonstration files and make your perceptual judgements before reading the description