[music-dsp] DSP Books - let's build a definitive list!
rem at ti.com
Fri Apr 30 01:51:21 EDT 2004
I just had a look at it, it actually looks good, but my eyes were caught
by the following sentence:
"For example, the phase of an audio signal is almost completely random,
and contains little useful information.'
I'll be curious to know how many of you guys agree with this.
I surely don't - hearing the result of a phaser is one obvious way to
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[mailto:music-dsp-bounces at shoko.calarts.edu] On Behalf Of Peter Thom
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I second that. Exellent book. Quite a few coding examples as well. Even
though they're in basic, they're easy to understand and port to
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> [mailto:music-dsp-bounces at shoko.calarts.edu] On Behalf Of
> Newton, David
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> Subject: Re: [music-dsp] DSP Books - let's build a definitive list!
> My 2 cents,
> The Scientist and Engineer's Guide To Digital Signal
> Processing by Steven W. Smith
> ISBN 0-9660176-7-6 hardcover
> ISBN 0-9660176-4-1 paperback
> ISBN 0-9660176-6-8 electronic
> mailto:Smith at DSPGUide.com
> I found this book to be an excellent and complete
> introduction - the presentation really sticks (lots of
> pictures) - the math isn't scary. Great overviews of
> application domains which helps make real sense of the tools.
> It's free.
> we've got quite a list here:
> please feel free to send in new reviews!
> >Hey ppl.
> >I was chatting to someone about DSP books, and I made some
> >Since there's an almost-infinite number of them, I thought it might
> >be fun to get together and make a list of the neatest books! :)
> >Here are my recommendations!
> >Digital Signal Processing, Mulgrew/Grant/Thompson, for the
> >uninitiated, and for a quick way to get a good feel of time-series
> >Digital Signal Processsing: Principles, Algorithms and Applications,
> >Proakis/Manolakis, for when you're feeling more hardy Digital Signal
> >Processing, Oppenheim/Schafer, for that next step Theory and
> >Application of Digital Signal Processing, Rabiner/Gold, for when you
> >want a definitive reference! Fourier and Wavelet analysis,
> >Bachman/Narici/Beckenstein, when you want more still :)
> >An introduction to Harmonic Analysis, Katznelson, when you're
> >feeling really evil
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