Audio Signal Processing for Music Applications

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  • 10 Sequences
  • Intermediate Level

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Syllabus

Week 1: Introduction; basic mathematics 
Week 2: Discrete Fourier transform
Week 3: Fourier transform properties
Week 4: Short-time Fourier transform
Week 5: Sinusoidal model
Week 6: Harmonic model
Week 7: Sinusoidal plus residual modeling
Week 8: Sound transformations
Week 9: Sound/music description
Week 10: Concluding topics; beyond audio signal processing

Prerequisite

None.

Instructors

Xavier Serra
Full Professor
Dept. of Information and Communication Technologies, UPF

Prof Julius O Smith, III
Professor of Music and (by courtesy) Electrical Engineering
CCRMA

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