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Creating Sound Podcast: GDC 2013 Wrap-Up

The group finally gets a chance to sit down and speak for the first time together about their experiences and adventures from

April 09, 2013 Podcast
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An Interview with Nicolas Fournel

Nicolas Fournel is an audio programmer, and founder of “tsugi” (tsugi-studio.com), a company based in Japan that does R&D (including tools development)

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This Week In Audio – It’s Not Unusual

  It’s that time again… PlanetSide 2 – But what about the music? Joystiq had an interview with composer for PlanetSide 2. Find out more about

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Audio Programming Primer

Heading into the world of audio programming may seem a little daunting at first, even with prior programming experience.  There are quite

February 13, 2013 Audio Programming
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Understanding Audio Resampling

From a programming standpoint, there are some important considerations that need to be observed when changing the sampling rate of a discrete-time

December 12, 2012 Audio Programming
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New Book on Digital Signal Processing

Written by Will Pirkle, “Designing Audio Effects in C++ with Digital Audio Signal Processing Theory” introduces the reader to the theory behind

November 19, 2012 Audio Programming, Books
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Programming Algorithmic Reverbs

Even though convolution reverbs are arguably the best sounding and most convincing reverbs out there today, algorithmic reverbs remain highly useful in

October 23, 2012 Audio Programming
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Audio Programming Primer

Heading into the world of audio programming may seem a little daunting at first, even with prior programming experience.  There are quite

September 24, 2012 Audio Programming
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The Making of a Plug-In: Part 3 — Solving the UI Issue

The “making of” series continues with part 3 of the Match Envelope VST plug-in, where I work to solve some UI issues that

August 29, 2012 Audio Programming
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The Making of a Plug-In: Part 2 — Iterating and Improving

The “making of” series continues with part 2 of the Match Envelope VST plug-in, where I iterate and improve on its features

August 22, 2012 Audio Programming
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