Ok, that old BS about "only one sample time resolution" came up again elsewhere. I made the following demonstration to put the screws to that.
I generated a 10kHz sine wave at 44.1 kHz sampling rate. The matlab file is attached. I generated 128 discrete phases uniformly split over one cycle...
I can contribute some, like distortion buzz tones, "gong" signals, sine waves, narrowband noise, allpass sequences?
Also some interchannel measurement things, perhaps. @amirm Not huge storage, but must be either 24 bit or 32 float wave files.
I have calculated a sine wave of magnitude .4, rounded it, added uniform dither, rounded that, and added tpd, and rounded THAT, i.e. I've set a step size of '1' in the quantizer.
The routine that does this will follow in a comment.
The photo I'm attaching now has 4 lines. each line shows a...
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It is an absolute crock of excrement of the worst order, showing that the author does not understand any of the following:
1) Information theorem
2) Nyquist theorem
This coming Wednesday, I will be giving a tutorial on the very basics of human hearing at Digipen as part of the AES local Chapter's activities.
You can get more information at www.aes.org/sections/pnw
This is an updated talk, much like one I did about 10 years ago, but with some new material...
There are 3 plots in each image.
The first is a histogram (red) of the actual samples on the CD. Since the image isn't 65536 wide, the histogram plots largest and smallest in each bin, but the bins are calculated per individual level.
The first also includes an upsampled version (blue)...