Synthesis of sinusoids via non-overlapping inverse Fourier transform

@article{Laroche2000SynthesisOS,
  title={Synthesis of sinusoids via non-overlapping inverse Fourier transform},
  author={Jean Laroche},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Speech and Audio Processing},
  year={2000},
  volume={8},
  pages={471-477}
}
| Additive synthesis is a powerful tool for the analysis/modiication/synthesis of complex audio or speech signals. However, the cost of wavetable sinusoidal synthesis can become prohibitive for large numbers of sinusoids (more than a few hundred). In that case, techniques based on the inverse Fourier transform ooer an attractive alternative, being 200% to 300% more eecient than wavetable synthesis depending on the number of sinusoids. This paper presents an improved technique based on the… CONTINUE READING

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