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|Title: ||Single-Celled Hammond Organism (Leslie Speaker Simulation)|
|Authors: ||Tweedley, Hayden|
|Issue Date: ||18-Apr-2012|
|Abstract: ||This document outlines the initial laboratory investigation relating to the simulation of a rotary loudspeaker effect; namely that of the Leslie speaker. A mechanical effect in origin, an exploration ensues of prior art consisting of software implementations of the various effects constituting the Leslie speaker sound.|
|Rights and Permissions: ||The author retains copyright of this work.|
|Appears in Collections:||Digital Audio Systems: Lab Report 1 (2012)|
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|tweedley_420072890_labreport1.pdf||Lab Report 1||242.99 kB||Adobe PDF|
|sample.wav||Input Sample (synthesized clean Hammond)||3.97 MB||WAV|
|tremolo.m||Tremolo function||1.67 kB||Matlab R2011b|
|vibrato.m||Vibrato function||1.59 kB||Matlab R2011b|
|vibrato_tremolo_script.m||High level script||1.36 kB||Matlab R2011b|
|tremolo.png||Tremolo plot||6.94 kB||image/png|
|vibrato.png||Vibrato plot||7.9 kB||image/png|
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