Human auditory perception is found to be ‘strobed’ and not continuous.
The alternation side to side is really interesting. One sixth of a second is 360 BPM. This is pretty much a reasonable max rhythm – perhaps that’s why. I wonder if the one sixth of a second rate ever change and how, or is it steady? I also wonder if it is different for different people?
Does a persons hearing strobe synch to a beat? Then could the perceiving ear be switched with a phase shift (syncopation) of 1/12 or maybe 1/24 of a second? If there is a synchronization (or phase lock), how quickly does that lock in? Could you lock in to 330 BPM, or some other beat?
The lowest perceived pitch is ~20 cps or about 1/3 the time of an auditory perception beat – three vibrations per perception strobe.