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Music 420A (EE 367A) is about computational acoustic modeling for digital audio effects, sound synthesis, and signal processing for physical modeling in general. Topics addressed include overview of model types; sampled traveling waves; acoustic simulation using delay lines, digital filters, and nonlinear elements; comb filters, allpass filters, and artificial reverberation; delay-line interpolation and sampling-rate conversion; phasing, flanging, and chorus effects; computational models of selected musical instruments; virtual analog modeling; and efficient finite difference schemes and state-space (modal) models. Musical instruments considered include plucked, struck (piano), and bowed strings; woodwinds (primarily the clarinet); flute and organ pipes; and brasses.



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``MUS420: Signal Processing Models in Musical Acoustics''.

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