physical modeling synthesis

physical modeling synthesis

[‚fiz·i·kəl ′mäd·əl·iŋ ‚sin·thə·səs]
(engineering acoustics)
A method of synthesizing the sounds of a musical instrument that uses computational algorithms that are based directly on the mathematical physics of the instrument.
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The object of the first part of the project is the design and development of a novel musical instrument for excellent vocal synthesis in real-time; the core of the instrument will be an articulatory vocal synthesizer, composed by three parallel algorithms for physical modeling synthesis based on an unprecedented joint bio-mechanical and acoustic simulation of the human upper airways.
Under his direction, Korg produced a series of DSP-based synthesizers which incorporated Wavetable technology and Physical Modeling Synthesis.
The joint licensing program grants the use of over 400 patents and patent applications including basic patents for physical modeling synthesis previously marketed under the names Sondius and Virtual Acoustic (VA), which are essential for the development of products incorporating increased musical expression and interactivity.
Targeted at a new generation of PCI audio upgrade cards, the ASP301 chip is first to make waveguide physical modeling synthesis practical in the PC environment.
Waveguide physical modeling synthesis was developed at Stanford University in the late 1980s and quickly gained exposure in the professional music synthesis market as the next step beyond sampled (i.
The Company's first products, to be unveiled at next week's Comdex trade show in Las Vegas, are based on Aureal's Real Sound(TM) PC sound architecture, and implement such advanced audio functions as waveguide physical modeling synthesis.
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