Introduction To Sound Processing
by Davide Rocchesso
Publisher: Davide Rocchesso 2003
Number of pages: 236
Sound manipulation is an activity that find an increasing number of practitioners in the fields of artistic expression, technology, and science. These people have different goals and different backgrounds, but they greatly benefit from talking to each other using a common language and common tools. This book is aimed at providing such language and mathematical, algorithmic, and computational tools.
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