Magnitude-priority filter design for audio applications

@inproceedings{Bank2012MagnitudepriorityFD,
  title={Magnitude-priority filter design for audio applications},
  author={Bal{\'a}zs Bank},
  year={2012}
}
In audio, often specialized filter design methods are used that take into account the logarithmic frequency resolution of hearing. A notable side-effect of these quasi-logarithmic frequency design methods is a highfrequency attenuation for non-minimumphase targets due to the frequency-dependent windowing effect of the filter design. This paper presents two approaches for the correction of this high-frequency attenuation, based either on the iterative update of the magnitude, or the iterative… CONTINUE READING

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