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"Modeling Musical Transitions", Department of Music, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-26: Stanford University, 06/1985.
"A New Approach to Digital Reverberation Using Closed Waveguide Networks", International Computer Music Conference, no. STAN-M-31, Burnaby, B.C., Canada, pp. 47-53, 1985.
"Audio FFT Filter Banks", Proc. 12th Int. Conf. Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-09), Como, Italy, September 1–4, 2009.
Music Applications of Digital Waveguides, : Stanford University, 1987.
"Techniques for Digital Filter Design and System Identification with Application to the Violin", Electrical Engineering, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-14: Stanford University, 06/1983.
"Introduction to Digital Filter Theory", Digital Audio Signal Processing: An Anthology, Los Altos, CA, William Kaufmann, 04/1985.
FIR Digital Filter Design, , Winter, 1992.
"Efficient Yet Accurate Models for Strings and Air Columns Using Sparse Lumping of Distributed Losses and Dispersion", Colloquium on Physical Modeling, no. STAN-M-67, Grenoble, France, 12/1990.
Signal Processing in Faust and Pd, , nov, 2007.
"Proceedings of the 15th International Congress on Acoustics", International Congress of Acoustics, Trondheim, Norway, CCRMA, 06/1995.
"PARSHL: A Program for the Analysis/Synthesis of Inharmonic Sounds Based on a Sinusoidal Representation", International Computer Music Conference, no. STAN-M-43, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, 1987.
"Physical Modeling Using Digital Waveguides", Computer Music Journal, vol. 16, issue 4, 12/1992.
"An Allpass Approach to Digital Phasing and Flanging", International Computer Music Conference, Paris, 1984.
"Elimination of Limit Cycles and Overflow Oscillations in Time-Varying Lattive and Ladder Digital Filters", IEEE Conference on Circuits and Systems, no. STAN-M-35, San Jose, CA, USA, 05/1986.
"“Separation by Humming”: User Guided Sound Extraction from Monophonic Mixtures", IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA), 2009.
"Composing for Laptop Orchestra", Computer Music Journal, pp. 32(1):9-25, 2008.
"An Investigation of the Effects of Direct and Reverberant Signal Interactions on Auditory Distance Perception", Department of Hearing and Speech, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-13: Stanford University, 1982.
An Environment for the Analysis, Transformation and Resynthesis of Musical Sounds, , Stanford, CA, Stanford University, CCRMA, 05/1988.
OVERVIEW: Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (Recent Work), , Stanford, CA, Stanford University, CCRMA, 03/1988.
"A System for Sound Analysis/Transformation/Synthesis Based on a Deterministic Plus Stochastic Decomposition", Department of Music, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-58, Stanford, CA, Stanford University, 1989.
"Characterization of Aperiodicity in Nearly Periodic Signals", International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, no. STAN-M-62, Albuquerque, IEEE Press, 1990.
Automatic Species Counterpoint, , Stanford, CA, CCRMA, 05/1984.
PLA - A Tutorial and Reference Manual, , Stanford, CA, Stanford University, CCRMA, 12/1984.
"On the Automatic Transcription of Percussive Music - From Acoustic Signal to High-Level Analysis", Department of Hearing and Speech, no. STAN-M-27, Stanford, CA, Stanford University, 05/1985.
CCRMA Publications, 1970-1995, , Stanford, CA, Stanford University, CCRMA, 01/1996.
CCRMA Overview, April 2002, , Stanford, CA, Stanford University, CCRMA, 04/2002.
CCRMA Overview April 2003, , Stanford, CA, CCRMA, 04/2003.
"An Acoustic Analysis of Single-Reed Woodwind Instruments with an Emphasis on Design", Department of Music, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-100, Stanford, CA, Stanford University, 03/1997.
CCRMA Overview, January 1998, , Stanford, CA, Stanford University, 01/1998.
"The 2003 CCRMA Open House", CCRMA Overview, April 2003, 2003.
CCRMA Overview, February 1999, , Stanford, CA, Stanford University, CCRMA, 02/1999.