Sinusoidal additive synthesis is a well-known technique in the audio and electro-acoustic music fields. However, recent developments in digital signal processing methods allow the use of additive synthesis for precise editing, splicing, noise reduction, and other digital audio applications. Several new signal processing methods based on an extended sinewave model are described which allow for flexible manipulation of audio material.
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