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A Flexible Resynthesis Approach for Quasi-harmonic Sounds
We propose a flexible state-space resynthesis approach that extends the sinusoidal model into the domain of source-filter modeling. Our approach is further specialized to a class of quasi-harmonic sounds, representing a variety of acoustic sources in which multiple, closely spaced modes cluster about principal harmonics loosely following a harmonic structure. We detail a variety of sound modification possibilities: time and pitch scaling modifications, cross-synthesis, and other potentially novel possibilities.
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