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Digitalization of Conventional Analogue Filters for Recording Use
This paper describes the digitalization of conventional analog filters of the sort used for recording such as tone controllers, the RIAA characteristic filter, multi-way limiters, and graphic equalizers. The transfer function of these digital filters are expressed explicitly as the z transform. The requirement of the word length of the digital filter for avoiding overflow and coefficients truncation errors is also discussed.
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