“Creating and Manipulating Sound to Enhance Computer Graphics I: Algorithms and Techniques” by Freed, Cook, Bargar and Serra

  • ©Adrian Freed, Perry R. Cook, Robin Bargar, and Xavier Serra

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Entry Number: 17

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    Creating and Manipulating Sound to Enhance Computer Graphics I: Algorithms and Techniques

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    Description
    This course introduces concepts of digital sound synthesis and manipulation, discussing theory, algorithms, and issues in the computation of sound alone, and combined with graphics. Specific topics include psychoacoustics, algorithms for audio synthesis and processing, and networked audio. The strengths of each algorithm for particular classes of sounds will be covered.  

     


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    Mary Whitton

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    Charles Babbage Institute Archives, University of Minnesota

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