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Digital Audio Effects and Simulations

[Feature] It is increasingly possible either to emulate legacy audio devices and effects or to create new ones using digital signal processing. Often these are implemented as plug-ins to digital audio workstation packages, using one of the proprietary systems such as VST, DirectX, Audio Suite, or Audio Units. Papers from a session chaired by David Berners at the AES 127th Convention last year in New York covered a wide range of recent innovations in this field, including Leslie speaker, plate reverb, and guitar amplifier emulation.

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JAES Volume 58 Issue 5 pp. 420-427; May 2010
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