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Blocked-based physical modeling for digital sound synthesis

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6 Author(s)
Rudolf Rabenstein ; Telecommun. Lab., Erlangen-Nuremberg Univ., Erlangen ; Stefan Petrausch ; Augusto Sarti ; Giovanni De Sanctis
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Block-based physical modeling is a methodology for modeling physical systems with different subsystems. It is an important concept for the physical modeling of real or virtual musical instruments where different components may be modeled according to different paradigms. Connecting systems of diverse nature in the discrete-time domain requires a common interconnection strategy. This contribution presents suitable interconnection strategies that incorporate a wide range of modeling blocks and considers the automatic implementation of block-based structures. Software environments are presented, which allow to build complex sound synthesis systems without burdening the user with problems of block compatibility

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IEEE Signal Processing Magazine  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 2 )