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Crushed Velvet Noise

Post by timdrage » Wed Sep 04, 2019 3:54 am

"Generalizations of velvet noise and their application to 1-bit music"
http://dafx2019.bcu.ac.uk/papers/DAFx2019_paper_53.pdf

found via http://randomflux.info/1bit/viewtopic.p ... 2013#p2013

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Re: Crushed Velvet Noise

Post by xdugef » Wed Sep 04, 2019 5:33 am

& Nico

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Re: Crushed Velvet Noise

Post by EATyourGuitar » Fri Sep 06, 2019 1:11 am

this paper is filled with non-technical descriptions. bold claims without definitions of the terms used. dubious conclusions. the paper actual contradicts itself. you can tell it was written by a musician recycling some old old papers to write a new paper. you have to be really good at being critical when reading this paper if you want to get anything useful out of it. saying that things are the same or similar or almost the same is very very big no no if you just leave it hanging there without a proof. or worse yet, the data in the paper disproves this claim. what was proved in the paper was pretty pointless since the most interesting things in the paper were the early conclusions at the beginning. anyone can make these graphs easy if they are writing DSP to handle decorrelation. it would be expected that a programmer would evaluate algorithms independently instead of believing it blindly.

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Re: Crushed Velvet Noise

Post by timdrage » Mon Sep 09, 2019 7:37 am

Harsh :D

I haven't actually read it yet ha, but interesting to hear criticisms :)

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