[music-dsp] Re: music-dsp Digest, Vol 49, Issue 14

Daniel Schorno dnl at xs4all.nl
Tue Jan 29 05:18:55 EST 2008



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On Jan 27, 2008, at 17:09, music-dsp-request at music.columbia.edu wrote:

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>   1. Re: Researching circuit modeling (Bogac Topaktas)
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> From: "Bogac Topaktas" <bogac at bteaudio.com>
> Subject: Re: [music-dsp] Researching circuit modeling
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> Understanding the theory behind circuit simulators is the first  
> step, as it provides the insight
> which enables the development of far more efficient approximations  
> for real-time audio signal
> processing applications. A few of the relevant resources on this  
> subject are as follows:
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> Jan Ogrodzki (Editor), "Circuit Simulation Methods and Algorithms",
> CRC-Press, 1994.
>
> A. Vladimirescu, "The Spice Book", Wiley, New York, 1994.
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