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Old 05 November 2011, 09:43 am   #1
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Hi, guys. What about good literature cocerning audio engeneeing topics? I mean: What about you? What do you read? I can recommend only Principles of Digital Audio for start (propably because I started with it) but my opinion is that it doesn't go too much deep in separate topics. What could be next step? Curently I'm searching for something good about Filter design. Any recommendations?
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Old 07 November 2011, 05:42 pm   #2
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As far as I've gathered, some of the best all-around introduction resources include the book you mentioned as well as:
"Understanding Digital Signal Processing"
Introduction to Sound Processing
The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing

and more specific:
Introduction to Digital Filters, with Audio Applications
Mathematics of the Discrete Fourier Transform, with Audio Applications
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Old 10 November 2011, 12:47 pm   #3
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I should take the opportunity to mention one of the most important and inspirational sources on the topic of audio/sound at all: Barry Blesser. Check the bibliography and discussions and listen to the excellent lectures.
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