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Low-level models: resonators, interactions,
 

Summary: Chapter 8
Low-level models:
resonators, interactions,
surface textures
Federico Avanzini
Universitą di Padova ­ Department of Information Engineering
Padova, Italy
avanzini@dei.unipd.it
Matthias Rath, Davide Rocchesso and Laura Ottaviani
Universitą di Verona ­ Department of Computer Science
Verona, Italy
rath@sci.univr.it, davide.rocchesso@univr.it,
ottaviani@sci.univr.it
8.1 Introduction
"Traditional" techniques of sound synthesis (e.g. additive, subtractive, FM)
are based on, and accessed through, signal theoretic parameters and tools.
While deep research has established a close connection to conventional mu-
sical terms, such as pitch, timbre or loudness, newer psychoacoustic works [92]
point out that the nature of everyday listening is rather different. From the eco-
logical viewpoint, auditory perception delivers information about a listener's

  

Source: Avanzini, Federico - Department of Information Engineering, Universitą degli Studi di Padova

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences