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Signal Processing Techniques for Digital Audio Effects
Jonathan S. Abel, David P. Berners
Cross listed as EE 367D. Techniques for dynamic range compression, reverberation, equalization and filtering, panning and spatialization, digital emulation of analog processors, and implementation of time-varying effects. Single-band and multiband compressors, limiters, noise gates, de-essers, convolutional reverberators, parametric and linear-phase equalizers, wah-wah and envelope-following filters, and the Leslie. Students develop effects algorithms of their own design in labs. Prerequisites: digital signal processing, sampling theorem, digital filtering, and the Fourier transform at the level of MUSIC 320 or EE 261; Matlab and modest C programming experience.