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Physical Audio Signal Processing

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Physical Audio Signal Processing
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This book was developed for a course entitled "Signal Processing Methods in Musical Acoustics", which the author have given at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics. The course was created primarily as a research preparation and dissemination vehicle intended for graduate students in computer music and engineering interested in efficient computational modeling of musical instruments.

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