Digital signal processing

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Lesson Name Description
01: Overview of DSP An introductory explanation of what DSP is, why we use it, and what you can do with it
02: Sampling and Quantization A comparative look at analog and digital signals in the real world
03: Math Math.

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Two books by Martin Vetterli (EPFL), Jelena Kovacevic (CMU), Vivek K Goyal (MIT). Free PDFs:

A collection of DSP books by Julius O. Smith III, Stanford University:

  • Mathematics of Discrete Fourier Transform
  • Introduction to Digital Filters
  • Physical Audio Signal Processing: for Virtual Musical Instruments and Digital Audio Effects
  • Spectral Audio Signal Processing

The Theory and Technique of Electronic Music by Miller Puckette, creator of Pure-Data and Max.

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