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"Doppler Simulation and the Leslie", Proc. COST-G6 Conf. Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-02), Hamburg, Germany, vol. 20, no. 2, New York, CCRMA, Stanford University, pp. 13–20, September 26, 2002.
"DMIX- A Multi Faceted Environment for Composing and Performing Computer Music: Its Design, Philosophy, and Implementation", Fourth Biennial Arts and Technology Symposium, Stanford, CA, CCRMA, 10/1993.
"DMIX: An Environment for Composition", International Computer Music Conference, Columbus, Ohio, USA, CCRMA, 05/1989.
"A dynamic spatial locator ugen for CLM", Sound and Music Computing Conference, Berlin, Germany, 07/2008.
"Digital Waveguide Modeling and Simulation of Reed Woodwind Instruments", Electrical Engineering, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-72, Stanford, CA, Stanford University, 07/1991.
"Discrete Time Emulation of the Leslie Speaker", 127th Audio Engineering Society Convention, New York, NY, USA, 10/2009.
"The Dagstuhl Core", Knowledge representation for intelligent music processing, no. 09051, Dagstuhl, Germany, Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum fuer Informatik, Germany, 2009.
Designing Digital Instruments with Hierarchical Waveguide Networks, , Stanford, California, Stanford University, 05/1988.
Distance of Sound in Reverberant Fields, , vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-94: Department of Music, Stanford University, 08/1995.
Design Criteria for the Quadratically Interpolated FFT Method (I): Bias due to Interpolation, , no. STAN-M-114: Stanford University, Department of Music, 2004.
Design Criteria for the Quadratically Interpolated FFT Method (II): Bias due to Interfering Components, , no. STAN-M-115: Stanford University, Department of Music, 2004.
Design Criteria for the Quadratically Interpolated FFT Method (III): Bias due to Amplitude and Frequency Modulation, , no. STAN-M-116: Stanford University, Department of Music, 2004.
"Design Criteria for Simple Sinusoidal Parameter Estimation based on Quadratic Interpolation of FFT Magnitude Peaks", Audio Engineering Society Convention, San Francisco, New York, Audio Engineering Society, 2004.