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A 74-page summary of sinusoidal modeling of sound, including sines+noise modeling is given in [#!QuatieriAndMcAulay98!#]. An update on the activities in Xavier Serra's lab in Barcelona is given in a dedicated chapter of the DAFX Book [#!Barcelona02!#]. Scott Levine's most recent summary/review is [#!LevineAndSmithBookChapter06!#]. Additional references related to sinusoidal modeling include [#!McAulayCoding85!#,#!GeorgeSpeech87!#,#!KayWindow89!#,#!McAulayCoherence89!#,#!MarquesAndAlmeida89!#,#!McAulayVoicing90!#,#!McAulayPhase91!#,#!GeorgeSmith92!#,#!Wang95!#,#!DepalleMohonk97!#,#!RoadsBook97!#,#!LevineAndSmithMohonk99!#,#!BrownAndWang02!#].


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``Spectral Audio Signal Processing'', by Julius O. Smith III, W3K Publishing, 2011, ISBN 978-0-9745607-3-1.
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