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Designing Audio Effect Plug-Ins in C++: With Digital Audio Signal Processing Theory [Kindle Edition]

Will Pirkle
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This is one of the most important and exciting audio books I've seen in a long, long time. It tackles the hottest topic in the industry today-authoring plug-ins. Audio design has transitioned from a hardware world to a software one, and this book places you at the forefront of the revolution. It gives you all the tools you'll need, from signal-processing theory to completed code, to fully understand and write C++ audio plug-ins. When you finish this book, you'll be playing music through your own real-time plug-ins, and you will have acquired perhaps the most valuable skill set sought by today's audio engineers. -Ken C. Pohlmann, Professor Emeritus, University of Miami Finally, the keys to the digital kingdom are made available to all recording engineers. Learn how plug-ins work, gaining a deep understanding of their rich capabilities, tempered by an informed intuition about their sonic limitations. You'll be a better user, and-should you be so inclined-you'll build a better processor. That's right. Designing Audio Effect Plug-Ins in C++ gives you the theory, the skills, the software tools, and the hands-on examples you need to build your own delays, reverbs, compressors, and more. Perfect audio effects-if you can't buy 'em, build 'em. -Alex U. Case, author, Sound FX and Mix Smart (Focal Press) This is a very practical introduction to digital audio signal processing that makes writing DSP plugins in C++ easy. The author brings a career of knowledge and experience to one easily understood and very un-stuffy book that takes the mystery out of a complex set of topics. Highly recommended. -Joe Bryan, audio guru and inventor of UAD-1 powered plug-ins

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Not just another theory-heavy digital signal processing book, nor another dull build-a-generic-database programming book, Designing Audio Effect Plug-Ins in C++ gives you everything you everything you need to know to do just that, including fully worked, downloadable code for dozens of professional audio effect plug-ins and practically presented algorithms. With this book, you get access to a companion website where you can download the accompanying Rapid Plug-In Development software to compile and test the book examples, all the code examples, and view student plug-ins and tutorial videos on the development software. Start with an intuitive and practical introduction to the digital signal processing (DSP) theory behind audio plug-ins, and quickly move on to plug-in implementation, gain knowledge of algorithms on filtering, delay, reverb, modulated effects, dynamics processing, and more. You will then be ready to design and implement your own unique plug-ins on any platform and within most any host program.



Readers are expected to have some knowledge of C++, and high school math.


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4.0 von 5 Sternen Guter Einstieg 5. August 2013
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Hi,

da dieses Buch bis jetzt nur wenige Rezensionen hat, schreibe ich mal kurz meine Meinung.

Das Buch ist ein sehr guter Einstieg in die Materie der Digitalen Audio-Verarbeitung. Man lernt schnell die Prinzipien hinter Filtern, Delays und komplexeren Effekten und kommt vor allem schnell dazu, diese selber zu programmieren. Auch schön ist, das man direkt Effekte für die DAW (VST sei dank) programmieren kann.

Einige Schwächen hat das Buch trotzdem. Das Buch erklärt nicht, welche Methoden z.B. bei Filtern in der Industrie benutzt werden. Die Theorie hinter den Methoden wird nicht ausreichend erklärt, das behauptet der Autor oder das Buch jedoch auch zur keiner Stelle.

Ich empfehle das Buch jedem, der ein kleinen Motivations-Schub braucht, bevor es in die Theorie geht. ;)

PS: Ein dickes Lob auch an den Autor. Wer Fragen hat, guckt einfach auf seiner Website vorbei und fragt im Forum. Vielleicht ändert sich das auch mit einigen Monaten aber ich habe nach kurzer Zeit sofort eine sehr hilfreiche Antwort vom Autor bekommen.

Nachtrag: Da es für mich um den Inhalt geht, gibt das Folgende keine Abzüge aber die Vorder- und Hinterseite sowie der Buchrücken ist mein einer komischen Folie beschichtet, auf der so einige Haften bleibt und die sich nach einiger Zeit auch ein wenig ablöst. Ein Hardcover wäre hier wirklich das Geld wert gewesen.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Perfekt für Anfänger 29. September 2014
Von gut
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ich hab viele Bücher über Audio-Programmierung gelesen, keine aber ist besser für Anfänger als dieses Buch. Die Erklärung ist schrittweise mit Bild gegliedert
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Klase für Einstieg in die DSP / VST Programmierung 7. Oktober 2014
Von TobiasHD
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Hervorragendes, umfangreiches Werk wenn man nach einem Einstieg in die DSP / VST Programmierung sucht. Toll, verständlich geschrieben und didaktisch klasse aufgebaut. Nebenbei wird auch noch einiges an Grundlagenwissen über DSP Theorie vermittelt.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Outstanding Hand Holding Through The Rocky Start 31. Januar 2013
Von Brandon Scott Drury - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I decided in November that I was going to begin making my own plugins....hopefully for eventual profit. Starting out turned out to be a VERY rocky road. In fact, there was no road. A lot of guys who know how to do it will help you, but you've got to get your own ducks in a row and make your own path before you can finally write that one equation that actually processes the audio. I found myself reading college thesis papers and stuff that weren't designed to teach to get the info in between the lines.

I picked up this book the second I saw it. I couldn't be happier. The author's RackAFX software and approach to teaching gets you making plugins almost immediately. RackAFX automates a lot of the busy work so you can focus on the fun stuff. More importantly, it reduces the learning curve so you only have 20,000 things to learn instead of 50,000 things.

There is a lot of DSP discussion and that stuff ain't for the meek. After one read through the book I learned SOME. Halfway through the book a second time and I'm learning much more. I think the author teaches it about as well as any one author can teach it, but I imagine it'll take 10 different books before I get "good" at it.

I'd imagine the DSP holds up for everyone from beginners to seasoned pros. Time will tell if RackAFX is the way to go for full-blown premium plugins, but at the moment I have soooo much to learn it's the least of my worries. I'm just thrilled something like this exists to prop me up during the learning phase.

I couldn't recommend it higher!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great resource for audio engineers to learn DSP & C++ 15. November 2012
Von Brad Swanson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I would generally wait until I've finished a book cover-to-cover before writing a review, but after digging into the first six chapters, I realized it's going to take me a while to get through this whole book, but for the very best reasons. I'm coming to this subject as a complete novice; with very little experience in C++, and only rudimentary knowledge of DSP, but I have found the text completely accessible, and Pirkle's simple overview of Basic DSP was worth the price of the book on it's own! The depth and breadth of the programming concepts is going to take me a while to work through, but I'm excited to do it and this is the first resource on C++ or DSP that I've found that really gives me hope that I (an audio engineer with little programming background) can learn these concepts and get to a point where I'm being creative with them; putting my own ideas into code and action.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen You'll need to STUDY it 21. November 2012
Von jdmcox - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The author teaches in the Music Engineering Technology Program at the University of Miami, so you can expect a textbook-type of approach. I'd need a year to go through it with good understanding. I couldn't possibly simply read it and understand. I'd have to filter it through everything else I know, as well as do my own thinking to know what the author is intending to teach (as any serious college textbook expects). This is the reason I only give it 4 stars. It's very complete without apparently getting beyond college-level information. Probably what will make it stand out over other Digital Signal Processing books is the author's RackAFX program, with which the reader can use the author's C++ examples to create a VST plugin and run that plugin in any VST host to hear the results. So over-all, it's a welcome addition to DSP.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Unique and brilliantly orchestrated 19. Oktober 2013
Von StringTheory - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have a large library of DSP-related books, including all the classics (Proakis, Oppenheim, Mitra, etc), and also quite a few 'intro' books, each with their own approach. This book truly stands out for several reasons. DSP is a very specialized and rarified realm, with its own particular language and mathematical set. Even the simplest concepts are blocked by the initial barriers presented by sampling theory and development of the basic tools. How does someone simply code a delay or chorus? The initial step can seem like a brick wall for even the most experienced engineers and programmers until that very steep on-ramp can be navigated.

Many standard DSP texts are barrages of hard math and theory that are terrific catalogs for those with prior understanding. These are deemed 'rite of passage' by DSP experts, who justifiably take pride in their specialized expertise and craft. But they inevitably leave neophytes grasping for ways to get their footing. How does someone new to the field break through that barrier? Some texts do indeed attempt that with various degrees of success. But even those promoted as entry-level tutorials often seem either oversimplified, lacking any roadmap to writing functional code, or they are riddled with interspersed fragments that require more advanced knowledge.

I've often thought it would be possible to emphasize hands-on rather than pure theory, as a way of introducing the subject to programmers from other fields. With the right approach and sequencing, I felt that a DSP book could be structured for those with determination and reasonable coding skills. This is that book.

Pirkle has apparently put equal effort into content, and toward making sure that content is understood. Usual trouble spots are treated carefully. Code includes a platform for testing small fragments and working up to more and more complex programs. This is the logical way to develop intuition.

Another point that often weakens otherwise strong texts (in many fields, not just DSP): Sequence. Foundation->walls->then roof. This is another place where Pirkle shines. He seems to have great intuition for areas that will be troublesome or vague, and takes care to be very clear in those foundation subjects. Knowledge is built incrementally and methodically toward a practical working view of how the internal gears turn.

DSP, by its nature, will never be easy, and even Pirkle's book will require effort. But all the components are here. In case it isn't crystal clear by now, this book is highly recommended.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This is the DSP book you're looking for 29. Dezember 2013
Von gnostic student - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm not new to DSP programming but I still found even the introductory chapters on simple first order filters to be enlightening. The intro to filters is simultaneously simpler AND deeper than any I've read before. In addition to explaining the theory clearly and simply, the book has professional sounding sample projects.

There are at least a dozen other websites that explain how to design reverb algorithms that sound metallic and fake. This book shows you how to design one that you can actually use.
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