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Fb2 Digital Audio Signal Processing ePub

by Udo Zölzer

Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Engineering and Transport
Author: Udo Zölzer
ISBN: 0470997850
ISBN13: 978-0470997857
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 2 edition (July 28, 2008)
Pages: 340
Fb2 eBook: 1411 kb
ePub eBook: 1838 kb
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Digital Audio Signal Processing covers the latest signalprocessing algorithms for audio processing.

Digital Audio Signal Processing covers the latest signalprocessing algorithms for audio processing. Throughout the book Zolzer makes heavy use of figures and block diagrams, so to understand this book you should probably have an electrical engineering background with a previous course or experience in basic digital signal processing. Zolzer does not stop and take time to explain elementary concepts such as DFT's and Z-transforms.

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This book covers, from more of an electrical engineering perspective, all aspects of digital audio signal processing in both hardware and software

This book covers, from more of an electrical engineering perspective, all aspects of digital audio signal processing in both hardware and software. Zolzer does not stop and take time to explain elementary concepts such as DFT's and Z-transforms

Every chapter has been completely revised with an easy to understand introduction into the basics and exercises have been included for self testing. Professor Udo Zölzer, Hamburg, Germany Professor Zölzer is a Professor and Head of the Department of Signal Processing and Communications, Helmut Schmidt University, University of the Federal Armed Forces, Hamburg, Germany since 1999. Библиографические данные.

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Audio signal processing is a subfield of signal processing that is concerned with the electronic manipulation of audio signals

Audio signal processing is a subfield of signal processing that is concerned with the electronic manipulation of audio signals. Audio signals are electronic representations of sound waves-longitudinal waves which travel through air, consisting of compressions and rarefactions. The energy contained in audio signals is typically measured in decibels. As audio signals may be represented in either digital or analog format, processing may occur in either domain

Audio Processing Systems (Digital Signal Processors, Digital Audio Interfaces, or Systems).

Audio Processing Systems (Digital Signal Processors, Digital Audio Interfaces, or Systems). Room Simulation (Early Reflections, Subsequent Reverberation, Approximation of Room Impulse Responses). Dynamic Range Control (Static Curve, Dynamic Behavior, Implementation, Realization Aspects).

A fully updated second edition of the excellent Digital AudioSignal Processing

Well established in the consumer electronics industry, DigitalAudio Signal Processing (DASP) techniques are used in audio CD,computer music and multi-media components. In addition, theapplications afforded by this versatile technology now range fromreal-time signal processing to room simulation.

Digital Audio Signal Processing, Second Edition coversthe latest signal processing algorithms for audio processing. Everychapter has been completely revised with an easy to understandintroduction into the basics and exercises have been included forself testing. Additional Matlab files and Java Applets have beenprovided on an accompanying website, which support the book by easyto access application examples.

Key features include:

A thoroughly updated and revised second edition of the popularDigital Audio Signal Processing, a comprehensive coverage ofthe topic as wholeProvides basic principles and fundamentals for Quantization,Filters, Dynamic Range Control, Room Simulation, Sampling RateConversion, and Audio CodingIncludes detailed accounts of studio technology, digitaltransmission systems, storage media and audio components for homeentertainmentContains precise algorithm description and applicationsProvides a full account of the techniques of DASP showing theirtheoretical foundations and practical solutionsIncludes updated computer-based exercises, an accompanyingwebsite, and features Web-based Interactive JAVA-Applets for audioprocessing

This essential guide to digital audio signal processing willserve as an invaluable reference to audio engineeringprofessionals, R&D engineers, researchers in consumerelectronics industries and academia, and Hardware and Softwaredevelopers in IT companies. Advanced students studying multi-mediacourses will also find this guide of interest. 

Comments to eBook Digital Audio Signal Processing
fr0mTheSkY
Probably the most poorly executed technical book I've bought, and I have HUNDREDS of technical books. The figures don't follow the text and the text doesn't really explain things very clearly. If I didn't already know some of the topics, I doubt I could understand them from this text.
Isha
Just bought the book, and read several chapters.
This is very useful book if you are an electrial engineering background and also new in audo signal processing area. Book contains a lot of useful information to start with. This is not a mathematical type of book. Author used a lot of plot and block diagram to introduce the concept, and then give very useful equations ready to implement.
Vikus
I really liked the first edition of this book. The second edition is strange in a couple of ways. First, it is longer than the first edition, which is no surprise. Secondly, and surprisingly, it is about fifty do llars cheaper than the previous 1997 edition. The main things that have changed between the two editions are that this edition is more Java-centric than the last. Also, the only two chapters that have really changed much is chapter one, the introduction, due to changes in technology and equipment, and chapter nine, with its extra information on MPEG2 and MPEG4. If you already have the first edition and it doesn't bother you that you have a somewhat aged introductory chapter and you're not interested in MPEG, hold on to what you have. If you don't have this book yet, this new edition is definitely the way to go from both a quality and cost viewpoint.

This book covers, from more of an electrical engineering perspective, all aspects of digital audio signal processing in both hardware and software. Throughout the book Zolzer makes heavy use of figures and block diagrams, so to understand this book you should probably have an electrical engineering background with a previous course or experience in basic digital signal processing. Zolzer does not stop and take time to explain elementary concepts such as DFT's and Z-transforms. Computer science types might have a hard time understanding this book, since even in the algorithm portion of the book Zolzer makes heavy use of block diagrams and transfer functions to describe the various algorithms. You will not find code in this book. I particularly liked Zolzer's no-nonsense handling of room simulation and psychoacoustics. It was good to see a thorough signal processing perspective on these subjects rather than the non-mathematical recording engineer's viewpoint found in so many books. I highly recommend this book to any engineer familiar with digital signal processing who wants to see how to apply the theory to audio.
Hinewen
This book covers, from more of an electrical engineering perspective, all aspects of digital audio signal processing in both hardware and software. Throughout the book Zolzer makes heavy use of figures and block diagrams, so to understand this book you should probably have an electrical engineering background with a previous course or experience in basic digital signal processing. Zolzer does not stop and take time to explain elementary concepts such as DFT's and Z-transforms. Computer science types might have a hard time understanding this book, since even in the algorithm portion of the book Zolzer makes heavy use of block diagrams and transfer functions to describe the various algorithms. You will not find code in this book. I particularly liked Zolzer's no-nonsense handling of room simulation and psychoacoustics. It was good to see a thorough signal processing perspective on these subjects rather than the non-mathematical recording engineer's viewpoint found in so many books. I highly recommend this book to any engineer familiar with digital signal processing who wants to see how to apply the theory to audio.

Since this book is rather aged, it is hard to find the supplemental material for it anymore. Type the following into a Google command line, complete with quotations: "Interactive Audio Demonstrations" "Digital Audio Signal Processing". If you look at the first link, you will find the supplemental material that includes applets, sets of exercises, and the solutions to all of the MATLAB portions of those exercises, well-commented and in zipped format. This should help the people who are having difficulties understanding the algorithm explanations found in the book.
Zololmaran
There are a lot of books claiming to be books for digital audio signal processing. But usually you only get some information about what a CD is. Even if this book also covers some of these basic topics (number representation, A/D converters, digital audio interfaces), most of the book deals with previously unpublished (by books, papers on these topics exist) topics. E.g. it covers noise-shaping, gives you formulas for peaking and shelving filters used in mixing consoles, tells you how to implement a state of the art reverb or dynamic compression algorithm and explains how audio compression using psycoacoustic effects works. The mathematics are not that complicated, but you should already know what FFT or IIR stands for and how they work to be able to use the book.
invasion
This book is the secret weapon during my various audio algorithms development. Hard-to-believe that this less-than-300-pages book has contents over other 1000+ pages books.

For example, Udo use (only) 5 pages to describe psychoacoustic model (with math), but in very detailed treatment. Another example: (Most) other books quotes S/N = (6N+2)dB in PCM, (derived from sine tone model), but Udo also derive the S/N by Gaussian model (real world case), which the result is a lot lower.

It is obvious that Udo really knows everything he is writing about. Must buy!
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