audio signal processing Bibliography.
includes mainly books on paper. This is a choice of t hose books
which are best suited for music purposes. Please also see the page
on digital signal processing links
were more general documentation and e-books on DSP can be found.
musicale e architettonica
is an Italian book, edited by Sergio Cingolani and Renato Spagnolo, in
which Lorenzo Seno wrote the chapter on Physical modeling of musical
instruments, while Michelangelo Lupone wrote the chapter about
to Signal Processing, by Sophocles Orfanidis.
of the best books about Digital signal processing, with a sharp
inclination towards sound and music. The above link point to pages at
Rutgers University, which hold very detailed information
(including TOC) about the book, and a lot of sources in c -language and
in matlab language (thus usable also in scilab) on several DSP topics.
Sound Synthesis for the Electronic Musician - by Eduardo Reck
Miranda is a Brazilian musician and a researcher
who works at Sony Computer Science Laboratory in Paris, where he is
involved in sound, audio and speech processing. A CD with
examples and some demonstrative software is included.
Signal Processing - Edited by: Curtis Roads, Stephen Pope,
Aldo Piccialli (+), and Giovanni De Poli
This is a short on-line version of the
paper book, to which many of the most renowned music researcher
have contributed. A mandatory reading. Authors: A.
Bernardi, G. Borin, G-P. Bugna, A. Camurri, S. Cavaliere,
R. Dannenberg, P. Desain, G. De Poli, G.-P. Evangelista, H. Honing, M.
Leman, A. Piccialli, S. T. Pope, C. Roads, A. Sarti, M.-H. Serra
, X. Serra, G. Sica, J. O. Smith III, A. Vidolin.
and Techniques of Electronic Music (DRAFT) by Miller Puckette
An in progress textbook by one of the main
authors of Pure Data and MaxMSP. Many examples in in PD.
Highly recommended reading. Available as web pages, pdf and PostScript.