Computer Music: Synthesis, Composition, and Performance
This text reflects the current state of computer technology and music composition. The authors offer clear, practical overviews of program languages, real-time synthesizers, digital filtering, artificial intelligence, and much more.
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acoustic algorithm amount amplitude response analog attenuation audio band-pass filter bandwidth calculated carrier oscillator center frequency characteristics coefficients comb filter composition cutoff frequency decay delay line determined digital signal discrete summation formula distortion index distribution duration dynamic electronic envelope example fundamental frequency harmonics implemented impulse response input instrument design integer interpolation interval language linear listener loop loudspeakers low-pass filter method msec musician noise Nyquist frequency octave output parameters passband peak performance phase pitch produced pulse random numbers random process random variable range ratio real-time realize resonances RETURN END reverberation ring modulation Risset sample values sampling increment sampling rate scaling score sequence shown in figure sidebands simulate sine wave sinusoidal sound synthesis specified spectral components spectrum Speech Synthesis stored subroutine tape technique timbre tone transfer function vibrato vocal tract waveform waveshaping wavetable zero