[linux-audio-user] Info on recording/DSP techniques

Gene Heskett gene.heskett at verizon.net
Tue Feb 21 14:12:05 EST 2006


On Tuesday 21 February 2006 14:02, Tim Howard wrote:
>Hello,
>
>   Does anyone know where I can find a fairly exhaustive set of
>tutorials (or just explanations) about recording and digital signal
>processing techniques?
>
>   I'm not very familiar with subjects such as ADT, chorus, flanger,
>comb filters, Bode frequency shifting, compressing and limiting,
>vocoding, and 101 other cool effects.  For most of them, I don't know
>how they work, how to use them, or when to use them.
>
>   You'll laugh, but I thought I had invented double tracking... :-D
>...until I heard someone talking about ADT, and found out that it was
>invented 50 years ago!  So rather than discovering everything the hard
>way (and the slow way), I'm hoping for a book or set of tutorials that
>covers these subjects.
>
>   I would be very pleased if I could find a book that was centered
>around DSP in the Linux world...
>
>Any suggestions?  Thanks in advance!

I suspect that you are in fact reading it on this list.  Its just that 
each message describing how to do something has yet to be organized 
into 'chapters' :-)

>
>-Tim

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