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Academic Press Library in Signal Processing by Sergios Theodoridis

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Chapter 26

Introduction to Audio Signal Processing

Patrick A. Naylor,    Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College, Exhibition Road, London, UK,    p.naylor@imperial.ac.uk

4.26.1 Background

This section addresses selected topics concerning signal processing techniques applied to audio signals. In general, the term audio refers to sound, particular when such sound is recorded, reproduced, transmitted or stored. Audio signal processing therefore refers to the processing of signals representative of sound, in one form or another. A key feature of audio in this context is that it is normally intended to be heard by human listeners and therefore the bandwidth of interest extends over the range of frequencies covered by ...

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