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Linux Audio Conference 2015
The Open Source Music and Sound Conference
April 9-12 @ Johannes Gutenberg University (JGU) Mainz, Germany
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Conference Schedule

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All times are CEST = UTC+2

Day 2 - Friday, April/10 
Paper Presentation
15:30 Sound Synthesis with Periodic Linear Time-Varying Filters - Paper Presentation
(45 min)  Antonio Goulart, Marcelo Queiroz, Joseph Timoney, Victor Lazzarini » Location: Main venue (P1)
In this survey we explore implementations of recently proposed distortion synthesis techniques, namely the Feedback Amplitude Modulation (1st and 2nd order cases) and Allpass filter coefficient modulation. These techniques are based on Periodic Linear Time-Varying systems, in which we operate by finding a suitable modulation function to obtain a desired spectrum. In order to illustrate this survey and encourage exploration of these new techniques we present examples in the Csound language.

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