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Wavetable Synthesis

Chamberlin, 1985, Book & Burk, 2004, Book

1. Precompute single cycles of the sums of Fourier series terms (like in additive synthesis) 2. Tabulate the precomputed cycles 3. On the synthesis stage read the table computed for that fundamental frequency in a loop Computational complexity per sample Only control logic and table reads in the synthesis stage, hence constant

O(1) Memory requirements Huge! There are techniques to reduce the requirements, however, they are still large. . .

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Additive Synthesis

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Number of required tables for sawtooth, minimum f0 = 27.5 Hz

Synthesize the components of the waveform’s Fourier series representation below a given cutoff frequency fc (the highest harmonic index K = �fc /f0 �) and add them up

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Discrete Summation Formulas

Winham and Steiglitz, 1970, JASA & Moorer, 1976, JAES

Using the identities of trigonometric functions reduce a sum of sinusoids into a “simpler” expression Example (Winham and Steiglitz, 1970): N � k=1

cos(kωn) =

sin((2N + 1)ωn/2) 1 − 2 sin(ωn/2) 2

Summary of Idelly Bandlimited Oscillators

Additive synthesis Accurate, but computationally heavy Wavetable synthesis Computationally light, memory requirements large, complicated control with time-varying phenomena Discrete Summation Formulas Computationally moderate/light, numerical issues

Numerical issues when the denominator is close to zero

Inverse FFT synthesis Computationally moderate, trade-off between temporal and spectral resolution, interpolation issues

Amplitude mismatches – requires a post-equalizing filter

Theoretical approaches useful for testing the other algorithms

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Inverse FFT Synthesis

Deslauriers and Leider, 2009, AES 127th Convention

Compose the waveform in frequency-domain and apply inverse fast Fourier transform (IFFT) to the synthetic spectrum

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2 Quasi-Bandlimited Oscillator Algorithms

Trade-off between temporal and spectral resolution Data interpolation due to finite spectral resolution Noise due to errors in spectrum data Assumes linear amplitude and phase evolution within a frame Computational complexity and memory consumption Depend on the block size of the IFFT

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Bandlimited Impulse Train Synthesis (BLIT) Continuous-Time Derivation (Stilson and Smith, 1996, ICMC)

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Amplitude Polarity Phase counter

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Alias Reduction Performance of BLIT Pekonen et al., 2010a, DAFx

Hann-windowed sinc N = 4, M = 8

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Approaches Not Using Look-Up Tables Modified FM pulses Use a modified FM synthesizer to generate bandlimited pulses (Timoney et al., 2008, DAFx) Fractional delay filters A handy approach

Fractional Delay Filters in BLIT Synthesis Pekonen et al., 2010b, ICGCS

The purpose of fractional delay (FD) filters?

⇒ To approximate ideal bandlimited interpolation!

The basis function of ideal bandlimited interpolation?

⇒ The sinc function!

⇒ Use FD filters to synthesize the bandlimited impulses!

Modify the algorithm: BLIT FD synthesis filter

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Direct BLIT Synthesis Using FD Filters II Nam et al., 2010, IEEE TransASLP

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Third-order Lagrange FD Filter

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Bandlimited Step Function Synthesis (BLEP) Brandt, 2001, ICMC

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2. At each discontinuity, trigger the integral In principle: Accumulate the BLIT look-up table and reading it through and output a constant one when the table size is exceeded In practice: Compute the difference between the bandlimited step function and unit step function and add it onto the waveform around the discontinuity (Välimäki and Huovilainen, 2007, IEEE SPM & Leary and Bright, 2009, U.S. Patent) Computational load and memory requirements the same as with BLIT Antialiasing Oscillator Algorithms Jussi Pekonen Aalto SPA

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Summary of Quasi-Bandlimited Oscillators

Bandlimited Impulse Train (BLIT) Synthesize a sequence of bandlimited impulses and integrate, issues with the integration and boosting of aliasing at low frequencies

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Synthesize the trivial waveform with a high sampling rate ⇒ aliased components will be at lower level

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Spectral envelope of these waveforms decay gently ⇒ Very high oversampling factor L required!

Bandlimited Step Function (BLEP) Synthesize a sequence of bandlimited step functions or a sequence of correction functions

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Oversampled Trivial Approach

Highly oversampled oscillator consumes computational power ⇒ Computational load: O(L)

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Filtering of Full-Wave Rectified Sine Wave Lane et al., 1997, CMJ

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4. f0 -tracking highpass filter Other waveforms with approximations (see Lowenfels, 2003, AES 115th Convention, for practical approaches)

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Differentiation of Waveforms (DPW)

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DPW Scaling

Välimäki, 2005, IEEE SPL; Välimäki and Huovilainen, 2006, CMJ & Välimäki et al., 2010a, IEEE TransASLP

The output of the differentiator(s) needs to be scaled due to nonideal differentiation Scaling factor issues:

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Summary of Alias-Suppressing Algorithms

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Sample a waveform with a tilted spectrum

We have an oscillator that has aliasing, what can we do?

Oversampling Very high oversampling factor required

Below the fundamental frequency Highpass filtering

Filtered full-wave rectified sinusoid Approximations, approximations. . .

Between harmonics Comb filtering FIR comb filter to pass the harmonic components and to remove some aliasing between the harmonics, or IIR comb filter to pass mainly the harmonic components and to suppress the aliasing between the harmonics

Differentiated parabolic waveforms Sample integrals of linear function, problems with scaling

Comb filters require the highpass filter also as they will pass DC

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Distortion (Waveshaping) Synthesis Timoney et al., 2009a, AES 126th Convention

Distrort a sinusoid with a waveshaper like in the filtered full-wave rectified sinusoid Different waveshapers for different waveforms (Timoney et al., 2009a, AES 126th Convention & Kleimola, 2008, DAFx) Not necessarily aliasing-free Requires control to avoid aliasing (Timoney et al., 2009a, AES 126th Convention & Lazzarini and Timoney, 2010, CMJ) Example: Use Chebyshev polynomials with the number of polynomials controlled by the fundamental frequency (Pekonen, 2007, Master’s thesis)

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Phase Distortion Synthesis Ishibashi, 1987, U.S. Patent

Like waveshaping, but for phase instead of amplitude

Papers Dealing with This Topic Timoney et al., 2009b, ICASSP; Timoney et al., 2009a, AES 126th Convention; Lazzarini et al., 2009b, DAFx; Kleimola et al., 2009, DAFx & Lazzarini et al., 2009a, DAFx Approaches to control aliasing discussed in Lazzarini and Timoney, 2010, CMJ

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Ideally bandlimited oscillators No aliasing at all, different issues in different algorithms, useful for testing the other approaches Quasi-bandlimited oscillators Aliasing allowed mainly at high frequencies, BLIT and BLEP approaches, integration issues in BLIT Alias-suppressing oscillators Sample a signal that has a tilted spectrum, oversampling, filtered full-wave rectified sine wave, DPW, scaling issues in DPW Special approaches Ad hoc approaches, post-suppression by filtering, wave- and phaseshaping, issues with aliasing in distortion approaches

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Summary of the Lecture

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Future of Bandlimited Oscillator Design

Oscillator with Desired Properties 1. Perceptually aliasing-free in the range of musical frequencies 2. Computationally efficient and low memory requirements 3. Does not require a division that depends on an oscillation parameter, e.g. fundamental frequency! The first two are obtainable, the last one still unsolved problem

Modeling of Analog Oscillator Outputs First attempts done by De Sanctis and Sarti, 2010, IEEE TransASLP, and by Kleimola et al., 2010, SMC Antialiasing Oscillator Algorithms Jussi Pekonen Aalto SPA

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Appendix

Papers Dealing with Oscillator Algorithms G. De Sanctis and A. Sarti. Virtual analog modeling in the wave-digital domain. IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, 18(4): 715–727, May 2010. G. Deslauriers and C. Leider. A bandlimited oscillator by frequency-domain synthesis for virtual analog applications. In Proceedings of the 127th Audio Engineering Society Convention, New York, NY, October 2009. Preprint number 7923.

References

A. Huovilainen and V. Välimäki. New approaches to digital subtractive synthesis. In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, pages 399–402, Barcelona, Spain, September 2005. M. Ishibashi. Electronic musical instrument. U.S. Patent 4,658,691, 1987.

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Papers Dealing with Oscillator Algorithms

Papers Dealing with Oscillator Algorithms

E. Brandt. Hard sync without aliasing. In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, pages 365–368, Havana, Cuba, September 2001. P. Burk. Band limited oscillators using wave table synthesis. In K. Greenebaum and R. Barzel, editors, Audio Anecdotes II – Tools, Tips, and Techniques for Digital Audio, pages 37–53. A. K. Peters, Ltd, Wellesley, MA, 2004. H. Chamberlin. Musical Applications of Microprocessors, chapter 13, pages 418–480. Hayden Book Company, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ, 2nd edition, 1985. A. Chaudhary. Bandlimited simulation of analog synthesizer modules by additive synthesis. In Proceedings of the 105th Audio Engineering Society Convention, San Francisco, CA, September 1998. Preprint number 4779.

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J. Kleimola. Audio synthesis by bitwise logical modulation. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-08), pages 67–70, Espoo, Finland, September 2008. J. Kleimola, J. Pekonen, H. Penttinen, V. Välimäki, and J. S. Abel. Sound synthesis using an allpass filter chain with audio-rate coefficient modulation. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-09), pages 305–312, Como, Italy, September 2009. J. Kleimola, V. Lazzarini, J. Timoney, and V. Välimäki. Phaseshaping oscillator algorithms for musical sound synthesis. In Proceedings of the 7th Sound and Music Computing Conference, pages 94–101, Barcelona, Spain, July 2010. J. Lane, D. Hoory, E. Martinez, and P. Wang. Modeling analog synthesis with DSPs. Computer Music Journal, 21(4):23–41, Winter 1997.

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Papers Dealing with Oscillator Algorithms

Papers Dealing with Oscillator Algorithms

V. Lazzarini and J. Timoney. New perspectives on distortion synthesis for virtual analog oscillators. Computer Music Journal, 34(1):28–40, Spring 2010. V. Lazzarini, J. Timoney, J. Kleimola, and V. Välimäki. Five variations on a feedback theme. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-09), pages 139–145, Como, Italy, September 2009a. V. Lazzarini, J. Timoney, J. Pekonen, and V. Välimäki. Adaptive phase distortion synthesis. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-09), pages 28–35, Como, Italy, September 2009b. A. B. Leary and C. T. Bright. Bandlimited digital synthesis of analog waveforms. U.S. Patent 7,589,272, September 2009.

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J. Pekonen. Computationally efficient music synthesis – methods and sound design. Master’s thesis, TKK Helsinki University of Technology, Espoo, Finland, June 2007. Available online

http://www.acoustics.hut.fi/publications/files/theses/pekonen_mst/. J. Pekonen and V. Välimäki. Filter-based alias reduction in classical waveform synthesis. In Proceedings of the 2008 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP’08), pages 133–136, Las Vegas, NV, April 2008. J. Pekonen, J. Nam, J. O. Smith, J. S. Abel, and V. Välimäki. On minimizing the look-up table size in quasi bandlimited classical waveform synthesis. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-10), pages 57–64, Graz, Austria, September 2010a.

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Papers Dealing with Oscillator Algorithms

Papers Dealing with Oscillator Algorithms

D. Lowenfels. Virtual analog synthesis with a time-varying comb filter. In Proceedings of the 115th Audio Engineering Society Convention, New York, NY, October 2003. Preprint number 5960. J. A. Moorer. The synthesis of complex audio spectra by means of discrete summation formulas. Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 24(9): 717–727, November 1976.

J. Pekonen, V. Välimäki, J. Nam, J. S. Abel, and J. O. Smith. Variable fractional delay filters in bandlimited oscillator algorithms for music synthesis. In Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Green Circuits and Systems (ICGCS2010), pages 148–153, Shanghai, China, June 2010b. M. Puckette. The Theory and Technique of Electronic Music, pages 301–322. World Scientific Publishing Co., Hackensack, NJ, 2007.

J. Nam, V. Välimäki, J. S. Abel, and J. O. Smith. Alias-free oscillators using feedback delay loops. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-09), pages 347–352, Como, Italy, September 2009.

T. Stilson. Efficiently-Variable Non-Oversampling Algorithms in Virtual-Analog Music Synthesis – A Root-Locus Perspective. PhD thesis, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, June 2006. Available online http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~stilti/papers/.

J. Nam, V. Välimäki, J. S. Abel, and J. O. Smith. Efficient antialiasing oscillator algorithms using low-order fractional delay filters. IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, 18(4):773–785, May 2010.

T. Stilson and J. O. Smith. Alias-free digital synthesis of classic analog waveforms. In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, pages 332–335, Hong Kong, China, August 1996.

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Papers Dealing with Oscillator Algorithms

J. Timoney, V. Lazzarini, and T. Lysaght. A modified FM synthesis approach to bandlimited signal generation. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-08), pages 27–33, Espoo, Finland, September 2008.

G. Winham and K. Steiglitz. Input generators for digital sound synthesis. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 47(2):665–666, February 1970.

J. Timoney, V. Lazzarini, B. Carty, and J. Pekonen. Phase and amplitude distortion methods for digital synthesis of classic analogue waveforms. In Proceedings of the 126th Audio Engineering Society Convention, Munich, Germany, May 2009a. Preprint number 7792. J. Timoney, V. Lazzarini, J. Pekonen, and V. Välimäki. Spectrally rich phase distortion sound synthesis using an allpass filter. In Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP’09), pages 293–296, Taipei, Taiwan, April 2009b.

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Antialiasing Oscillator Algorithms Jussi Pekonen Aalto SPA

10/11 October 15, 2010 S-89.3580/S-89.4820 Lecture 5

Antialiasing Oscillator Algorithms Jussi Pekonen Aalto SPA

11/11 October 15, 2010 S-89.3580/S-89.4820 Lecture 5

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