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Audio Signal Synthesis by Functions of Two Variables

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A two-variable function technique for synthesizing dynamic audio spectra is described. The function is calculated, or sampled, along an orbit determined by the time-dependent relationship between the two variables. Restrictions on the function have been developed in order to obtain a wide range of musical sounds.

JAES Volume 30 Issue 10 pp. 701-706; October 1982
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