A Digital Signal Processing Primer (Dover Publications)
Friday, 04 December 2020

This is an informal and easy-to-understand introduction to digital signal processing, which as its subtitle indicates, emphasizes digital audio and applications to computer music. Ken Steiglitz provides a working knowledge and understanding of frequency-domain methods. The book also features questions and suggested experiments that help readers understand and apply digital signal processing theory and techniques.



Author: Ken Steiglitz
Publisher: Dover Publications
Date: November 2020
Pages: 320
ISBN: 978-0486845838
Print: 0486845834
Audience: Composers of computer music and internet developers who work with multimedia
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Theory & Techniques 



  • Phasors and tuning forks
  • The wave equation
  • Sampling and quantizing
  • Feedforward and feedback filters
  • Comb and string filters
  • Periodic sounds
  • Transform methods
  • Filter design


For recommendations of applied theory see Good Reads In Applied Programming Theory And Techniques

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