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IMPROVED POLYNOMIAL TRANSITION REGIONS ALGORITHM FOR ALIAS-SUPPRESSED SIGNAL SYNTHESIS

@inproceedings{Ambrits2013IMPROVEDPT,
  title={IMPROVED POLYNOMIAL TRANSITION REGIONS ALGORITHM FOR ALIAS-SUPPRESSED SIGNAL SYNTHESIS},
  author={D{\'a}niel Ambrits},
  year={2013}
}
One of the building blocks of virtual analog synthesizers is the oscillator algorithm producing simple geometric waveforms, such as saw or triangle. An important requirement for such a digital oscillator is that its spectrum is similar to that of the analog waveform, that is, the heavy aliasing that would result from a trivial modulo-counter based implementation is reduced. Until now, the computationally most efficient oscillator algorithm with reduced aliasing was the Polynomial Transition… 

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