DSP (and computer music) Links

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    these are aimed at VST C++/Delphi programming (ive been reading up), but it has ALOt of DSP links that are interesting, even if many are alrready mentioned here:

    http://www.tobybear.de/dsp.htm

    he has some cool VST plugs as well, although im sure many here know of his stuff already.
     
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    From that site: Stefan Bilbao says "I've also begun work on a new book, tentatively entitled "Numerical Sound Synthesis," which is under contract with Wiley, and due for publication in 2008. <and then the link given above>.

    Looks like a great book. Exciting!
     
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    nico thanks for that
     
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    Was posted yesterday on music-dsp list.

    Prof. S.C Dutta Roy, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi
    43 - 1 hour lectures on DSP at:
    http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=9567DFCA3A66F299

    Only watched the 2 intros so far, but I'm hooked.
    Nice and slow explanations. With a wonderful Indian accent.
     
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  16. wehkah

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    I saw the DAFX Book was posted in a older answer. Here is the website with the complete infos and sorted by year. the PDFs can be found under Proceedings.

    http://dafx.de

    cheers
    T
     
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