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Physical Audio Signal Processing: for Virtual Musical Instruments and Digital Audio Effects Paperback – December 21, 2010
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Julius O. Smith teaches a music signal-processing course sequence and supervises related research at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA). He is formally a professor of music and associate professor (by courtesy) of electrical engineering at Stanford University. In 1975, he received his BS/EE degree from Rice University, where he got a good start in the field of digital signal processing and modeling for control. In 1983, he received the PhD/EE degree from Stanford University, specializing in techniques for digital filter design and system identification, with application to violin modeling. His work history includes the Signal Processing Department at Electromagnetic Systems Laboratories, Inc., working on systems for digital communications, the Adaptive Systems Department at Systems Control Technology, Inc., working on research problems in adaptive filtering and spectral estimation, and NeXT Computer, Inc., where he was responsible for sound, music, and signal processing software for the NeXT computer workstation. Prof. Smith is a Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society and the Acoustical Society of America. He is the author of four online books and numerous research publications in his field. For further information, see http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~jos/.
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I've known about modeling since 1976, but the processors of the day were incapable of modeling for audio. Stick figure simulations is as far as it went. Since the 1990's, that changed, and Julius Smith is one of its main gurus. His books are a must for anyone interested in this area of the audio world.
Back in the 1960's, it was tinkerers in garages building audio hardware, now it's people in corner coffee shops tinkering with audio software programs on laptops. Julius Smith's books are one of the starting points for the audio journey.
Happy hunting and enjoy the ride and thrill of discovery.