Signal Processing

Sound Production and Manipulation [SPM]  ]

Signal Processing is the modification of the electronic or digital representation of audio or visual material. Many and various signal processing techniques are used in electroacoustic music to refine, modify or transform sonic material.

 

Links:

UNESCO DigiArts

- Tutorials : sound and music applications (Mac & PC) ( English , French , Spanish )

 

Bibliography:

English - Español - Français - Deutch - Italiano

Alphabetical order - Chronological order

Bailey, Nick, Cooper, David (2000). Perceptually Smooth Timbral Guides by State-Space Analysis of Phase-Vocoder Parameters
Bossis, Bruno, Couprie, Pierre (2003). Tutorials : sound and music applications
Davis, Deta S. (1988). Computer Applications in Music: A Bibliography
Dodge, Charles, Jerse, Thomas A. (1985). Computer Music Synthesis, Composition, and Performance
Roads, Curtis (1982). A Conversation with James A. Moorer
Roads, Curtis (1996c). The Computer Music Tutorial
Roads, Curtis, Pope, Steven Travis, Piccialli, Aldo, Poli, Giovanni De (Eds.) (1997). Musical Signal Processing
Verma, Tony S., Meng, Teresa H. Y. (2000). Extending Spectral Modeling Synthesis with Transient Modeling Synthesis

 

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