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Development and Calibration of a Guitar Synthesizer

A specific efficient implementation for the synthesis of acoustic guitar tones is described which is based on recent digital waveguide synthesis techniques. Enhanced analysis methods are used for calibrating the synthesis model based on digitized tones. The lowest resonances of the guitar body are implemented with separate parametric second-order resonators that run at a lower sampling rate than the string model.

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JAES Volume 46 Issue 9 pp. 766-778; September 1998
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