This paper investigates the analysis of resonant filters as they appear in subtractive synthesizers. These filters and their properties are a key component in the synthesis chain. The work investigates the application of a new wavelet-like signal decomposition for examining the components that make up the filter output. It produces a pair of “low” and “high” components. The results will examine these components spectrally with the intention that they might lead to new insights into synthesis and modeling.
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