Behavioral training and subsequent neurophysiological recording took place in a sound-attenuating chamber (Gretch-Ken) with a custom double-wall insert. Stimulus presentation and behavior were controlled by custom MATLAB software (code available at Digital acoustic signals were transformed to analog (National Instruments), amplified (Crown), and delivered through two free-field speakers (Manger, 50–35 000 Hz flat gain) positioned ±30° azimuth and 80 cm distant from the animal. Stimuli were presented either from the left or the right speaker, contralaterally to the recording site. Sound level was equalized and calibrated against a standard reference (Brüel and Kjær).

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