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"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.
"Synthesis of the Singing Voice Using a Physically Parameterized Model of the Human Vocal Tract", International Computer Music Conference, no. STAN-M-57, Columbus, Ohio, USA, 1989.
"The Synthesis of Complex Audio Spectra by Means of Frequency Modulation", Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, pp. J. Audio Eng. Soc. 21 (7), 526-534., 1973.
"The Synthesis of Complex Audio Spectra by Means of Discrete Summation Formulae", Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, vol. 24, no. STAN-M-5, 1976.
"Synchronization and acoustics in network performance.", The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 124, no. 4, pp. 2489, 2008.
"The Switched Convolution Reverberator", 127th Audio Engineering Society Convention , New York, NY, USA, 10/2009.
"The Switched Convolution Reverberator", The Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, vol. 60, issue 4, pp. 227-236, 04/2012.
"Surviving on Planet CCRMA, two years later and still alive", International Computer Music Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 09/2005.
"Stanford Laptop Orchestra (SLOrk)", International Computer Music Conference, Montreal, 08/2009.
"Spectrum Analysis Tutorial - Parts I and II", Computer Music Journal, vol. 11, issue 2-3, no. STAN-M-33, 1987.
"Spectral Fusion, Spectral Parsing and the Formation of Auditory Images", Department of Hearing and Speech, vol. Ph.D., Stanford, California, Stanford University, 05/1984.
"Source Separation of Polyphonic Music with Interactive User-Feedback on a Piano-Roll Display", International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, Curitiba, 11/2013.
"Source Separation and Note Identification in Polyphonic Music", Proceedings of the International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, Tokyo, no. STAN-M-34, New York, IEEE Press, 1986.
"Some Physical Audio Effects", Proc. Conf. Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-06), Montreal, Canada, Sept., 2006.
"Some Aspects of Applying Psychoacoustic Principles to Soundfield Reconstruction", Department of Music, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-96: Stanford University, 12/1995.
"Slappability: A New Metaphor for Human Computer Interaction", World Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Stanford, CA, CCRMA, 10/1993.
"Skeleton: the Decayed Remnants of Time. An Investigation of Memory Through Sound.", Hawaii International Conference on the Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 2009.
"A Sine Generation Algorithm for VLSI Applications", Proc. 1985 Int. Computer Music Conf., Vancouver: Computer Music Association, 1985.
"Simulation of Recruiting Hearing Impairment Using a Tree-Structured Allpass-Complementary ERB-Band Filter Bank", IEEE Workshop on Appl. Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics, Demo Session, New Paltz, NY, pp. [TD1-8], oct, 2007.
Simulation of Music Instrument Tones in Reverberant Environments, Final Report, : Stanford University Department of Music, 05/1978.
"The Simulation of Moving Sound Sources", Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, pp. J. Audio Eng. Soc. 19 (1), 2–6., 1971.
"Simulating Performance on a Bowed Instrument", Current Directions in Computer Music: MIT Press, 05/1988, 1989.
"Simulating an Asymmetrically Saturated Nonlinearity Using an LNLNL Cascade", 133rd Audio Engineering Society Convention, San Francisco, CA, USA, 10/2012.
"A Simple, Accurate Wall Loss Filter for Acoustic Tubes", Proc. Conf. Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-03), Queen Mary, University of London, Sept., 2003.
Signal Processing in Faust and Pd, , nov, 2007.
"SCUBA: the Self-Contained Unified Bass Augmenter", New Interfaces for Musical Expression, pp. 38–41, 2005.
"SCORE-to-Humdrum: A Graphical Environment for Musicological Analysis", Computing in Musicology, vol. 10, pp. 122, 1996.
The Science of Sound Recording, , 1, Waltham, MA, Focal Press, pp. 256, 2012.