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Musical Signal Processing with LabVIEW (All Modules)

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Summary: "Musical Signal Processing with LabVIEW," a multimedia educational resource for students and faculty, augments traditional DSP courses and supports dedicated courses in music synthesis and audio signal processing. Each of the learning modules blends video, text, sound clips, and LabVIEW virtual instruments (VIs) into explanation of theory and concepts, demonstration of LabVIEW implementation techniques to transform theory into working systems, and hands-on guided project activities. Screencasts -- videos captured directly from the computer screen with audio narration and a hallmark of this resource -- use a mixture of hand-drawn text, animations, and video of the LabVIEW tool in operation to provide a visually rich learning environment. *** Unlike other collections that contain sub-sets of modules from this course, this collection contains all modules. ***

Instructor: Ed Doering

Institution: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Course Number: ECE 481

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