[PlanetCCRMA] [LAD] a treasure trove of information on "Physical Audio Signal Processing"

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Sun Sep 26 13:29:45 PDT 2010

On Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 04:17:43PM +0200, Stefano D'Angelo wrote:

> I recently (last friday) got my MSc graduation with a thesis on
> physics-based (a.k.a. physical) modeling for sound processing and was
> just about to post a link on this mailing list.
> http://naspro.atheme.org/public/mt_dangelo.pdf

Auguri & congratulations !

The tube amp example is really nice - including the interaction 
with the speaker - all of it: electrical, mechanical and acoustic. 
This is also the first time I see both the impedance and mobility 
models explained in a graduation paper. The fact that the two
exist is the source of *lots* of confusion - you did well to
include this, even if it's just a detail in the whole paper.

A question: how many iterations does the tube model typically
require to converge to the required precision ?

I hope you will continue to develop Permafrost, even without
optimisation it would make a very nice simulation tool. 



There are three of them, and Alleline.

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