This chapter provides an overview of commonly encountered methods from sensory evaluation of sound. It discusses a general overview of test method families and present a selection of methodologies based on their objectives, typical characteristics, and practical implementation, with many examples for sound and audio applications. The usage of such methods in sound and audio has so-far been limited. However, in future their application may be of interest in the cases such as adaptive technologies, where transitions in conditions may affect the sound quality. Selecting between codecs for a wireless audio transfer is potentially less complicated than understanding the consumer perception of sound quality for a well-known and branded headphone. The origins of temporal methods relate to the Time Intensity method developed by Neilson from the domain of consumer products. Flash Profile and Free-Choice Profiling are more commonly encountered in food and consumer product applications.