Audio Signal Processing
by Vesa Valimaki
Publisher: MDPI AG 2017
Number of pages: 448
Audio signal processing is a highly active research field where digital signal processing theory meets human sound perception and real-time programming requirements. It has a wide range of applications in computers, gaming, and music technology, to name a few of the largest areas. Successful applications include, for example, perceptual audio coding, digital music synthesizers, and music recognition software.
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