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Real-Time Inverse Transform Additive Synthesis for Additive and Pitch Synchronous Noise and Sound Spatialization
After a survey of inverse transform methods for the efficient synthesis of narrow-band and broad-band signals, a novel spectral line broadening technique is introduced for synthesis of pitch modulated noise signals. A real-time sound synthesizer integrating these methods is described and its application in musical sound spatialization is explained.
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