Re: [LAU] [OT] filter design resources

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To: James Mckernon <jmckernon@...>
Cc: A list for linux audio users <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Sunday, October 7, 2012 - 12:27 am

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On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 10:36 PM, James Mckernon wrote:

> Was just wondering if anyone could recommend any resources (preferably

I found that reading Bores "introduction to DSP" pages was quite helpful:
http://www.bores.com/courses/intro/index.htm

Its pretty basic stuff, and the latter pages go off topic towards hardware
DSP programming... But the introductory stuff is good IMO.

I've also read the book "Computer Music: Synthesis, Composition &
Performance" by Dodge & Jerse, has a pretty good overview of a broader
spectrum (starting a sampling / aliasing, ending at various points like
subtractive-synthesis & biquad filters in the synthesis sections...)
probably a bit broader than you're looking for, but I'd say worth the
mention anyway.

Of course reading the conversations on http://musicdsp.org/ and thier
mailinglist may be of help. Also if you can learn by reverse-engineering,
check out the source code available for Faust at http://faust.grame.fr/

HTH, -Harry

PS: If you do bump into brilliant resources, I'm all ears :)

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On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 10:36 PM, James Mckernon =
<jmckernon@gmail.com> wrote:
Was just wondering if anyone could recommend any resources (preferably onli=
ne) for learning about digital filter design?I fo=
und that reading Bores "introduction to DSP" pages was quite help=
ful:
http://www.bores.c=
om/courses/intro/index.htm
Its pretty basic stuff, and the latte=
r pages go off topic towards hardware DSP programming... But the introducto=
ry stuff is good IMO.
I've also read the book "Computer Music: Synthesis, Compositio=
n & Performance" by Dodge & Jerse, has a pretty good overview =
of a broader spectrum (starting a sampling / aliasing, ending at various po=
ints like subtractive-synthesis & biquad filters in the synthesis secti=
ons...) probably a bit broader than you're looking for, but I'd say=
worth the mention anyway.
Of course reading the conversations on http://musicdsp.org/ and thier mailinglist may be of help. Also if you=
can learn by reverse-engineering, check out the source code available for =
Faust at=A0 http://faust.grame.fr/
HTH, -HarryPS: If you do bump into brilliant resources, I'm=
all ears :)

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[LAU] [OT] filter design resources, James Mckernon, (Sat Oct 6, 9:36 pm)
Re: [LAU] [OT] filter design resources, Louis, (Sun Oct 7, 12:40 am)
Re: [LAU] [OT] filter design resources, hermann meyer, (Sun Oct 7, 5:55 am)
Re: [LAU] [OT] filter design resources, Harry van Haaren, (Sun Oct 7, 12:27 am)