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Effect Design: Part 3 Oscillators: Sinusoidal and Pseudonoise
In 1997, Jon Dattorro published articles entitled "Effect Design" that were to appear in the Journal in three parts. Parts 1 and 2 were published in the September and October issues. Part 3 is now being published, unedited. The paper is a tutorial intended to serve as a reference in the field of digital audio effects in the electronic music industry for those who are new to this specialization of digital signal processing. The effects presented are those that are demanded most often, hence they will serve as a good toolbox. The algorithms chosen are of such a fundamental nature that they will find application ubiquitously and often.
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