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Sliding DFT for fun and musical profit


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ffitch, J., Dobson, R. and Bradford, R., 2008. Sliding DFT for fun and musical profit. In: Barknecht, F. and Rumori, M., eds. Proceedings: Linux Audio Conference 2008. Brno, CZ: Tribun EU, pp. 118-124.

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    Abstract

    Many Csound users may have seen reference to the SDFT or Sliding Discrete Fourier Transform in recent months. Here we review the basic ideas, and describe the Csound implementation. The main musical message is that it is integrated with the f-signals for the streaming phase vocoder written by one of us earlier, and so is easy to use. The down side is that it is slow, and definitely not yet for real-time performance. We briefly discuss approaches to improved performance.

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    Item Type Book Sections
    Creatorsffitch, J., Dobson, R. and Bradford, R.
    EditorsBarknecht, F.and Rumori, M.
    DepartmentsFaculty of Science > Computer Science
    StatusPublished
    ID Code11395

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