ACAT8006 Digital Audio Signal Processing
A one-hour lecture and a one-hour tutorial each week in Semester 2.
Digital Audio Synthesis (ACAT 8007).
To gain a theoretical and practical understanding of the techniques of DSP as applied to sound.
DSP theory and application where possible to:
sampling from sources such as microphones and tape recorders
- waveform editing
- spatial manipulation
- effects such as reverberation and delay
|Chamberlin, H., Musical Applications of Microprocessors, 2nd edn, Hayden Books, 1985.|
|Appleton, J., and Perera, R. (eds), The Development and Practice of Electronic Music, Prentice-Hall, 1975.|
|Bateman, W, Introduction to Computer Music, Wiley, 1980.|
|Computer Music journal|
|Eargle, J., Sound Recording, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1980.|
|Strawn, J. (ed.), Digital Audio Signal Processing: An Anthology, William Kaufmann, 1985.|
|Software and hardware manuals as appropriate.|
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