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Comb Filters

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Good model for exponentially decaying echoesGood model for exponentially decaying echoes impulse input: output: (scaling factor =.9)

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Comb Filters Applying a comb filter to a sine wave at the fundamental frequency produces a sharper rolloff, but doesn't change the fundamental.Applying a comb filter to a sine wave at the fundamental frequency produces a sharper rolloff, but doesn't change the fundamental. [iv:37] sine wave, 261.6 Hz [iv:38] with comb filter at 261.6 Hz

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Comb Filters Combing a sine wave produces only the fundamental frequency, no matter what the comb frequency, because the comb does not produce its own frequency.Combing a sine wave produces only the fundamental frequency, no matter what the comb frequency, because the comb does not produce its own frequency. However, it can change the amplitude and quality of the sound by giving a "metallic" ring.However, it can change the amplitude and quality of the sound by giving a "metallic" ring.

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Comb Filters Applying a comb filter to an oboe spectrum at the fundamental frequency produces a rich spectrum with amplitude peaks similar to the teeth of a comb.Applying a comb filter to an oboe spectrum at the fundamental frequency produces a rich spectrum with amplitude peaks similar to the teeth of a comb. [iv:15] oboe at 261.6 Hz[iv:39] with comb filter at 261.6 Hz

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Comb Filters At four times the fundamental frequency, the comb filter gives a metallic ring, and gives only three frequencies at harmonic intervals from itself.At four times the fundamental frequency, the comb filter gives a metallic ring, and gives only three frequencies at harmonic intervals from itself. The filter frequency is the loudest of these.The filter frequency is the loudest of these. [iv:40] with comb filter at 1046.4 Hz

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Musical Examples Bach, Fugue #2 in C MinorBach, Fugue #2 in C Minor [iv:41] with comb filter at 880 Hz[iv:41] with comb filter at 880 Hz [iv:42] with comb filter at 880 Hz, then lowpass filter frequency changing from 220 to 7040[iv:42] with comb filter at 880 Hz, then lowpass filter frequency changing from 220 to 7040 [iv:43] with a flickering bank of comb filters at 10 harmonic frequencies from 246.9[iv:43] with a flickering bank of comb filters at 10 harmonic frequencies from 246.9

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Comb Filter score filescore file ;comb.sco - use with comb.orc ;startdur i212.0...; note list ; comb percent ;st dur amp freq attk dec ring comb ;i941 2.0 1.0 261.6 0.45 0.15 1.5 1.0 i941 2.0 1.0 1046.4 0.45 0.15 1.5 1.0

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Comb Filter ;comb.orc - use with comb.sco gacombinit 0; initialize gacomb ;-------------------------------------------------- instr 2; regular instrument... ; add the signal for this note to the global signal gacomb=gacomb + asig outasig; don't output asig here endin ;--------------------------------------------------

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Comb Filter instr 94; global comb filter idur= p3 iamp= p4 icombfreq= p5; comb filter frequency iattack= p6; modulator frequency idecay= p7 isus= idur - iattack - idecay ring time for comb filter iring= p8; ring time for comb filter icomb= p9; percent for combed signal ; make sure the values are between 0 and 1: icomb= (icomb <= 0 ?.01 : icomb) icomb= (icomb >= 1 ?.99 : icomb) rest of signal is acoustic iacoustic= 1 - icomb; rest of signal is acoustic lengthen p3 p3= p3 + iring +.1; lengthen p3 loop time iloop= 1/icombfreq; loop time normalize the tone inorm= 39.7; normalize the tone

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Comb Filter ; comb arguments: signal, ring time, loop time acomb comb gacomb, iring, iloop aenv linseg 0,iattack,iamp,isus,iamp,idecay,0,1,0 acomb = acomb * aenv ; mix signal (percent acoustic and percent combed) asig = (iacoustic * gacomb) + (icomb * acomb) out asig; output signal gacomb = 0; reset gacomb to prevent feedback endin

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