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Adaptive Guitar Distortion Team

Module by: Neil Narayan, Rob Smith, Brent Stephens, Barron Stone. E-mail the authors

Neil Narayan

Neil Narayan (narayann@rice.edu) is a Junior at Rice University currently pursuing a specialization in Systems and Signals.

Barron Stone

Barron Stone (barron@rice.edu) is a Sophomore at Rice University currently pursuing a specialization in Computer Engineering.

Brent Stephens

Brent Stephens (brents@rice.edu) is a Sophomore at Rice University currently pursuing a specialization in Computer Engineering.

Rob Smith

Rob Smith (rob@rice.edu) is a Junior at Rice University currently pursuing a specialization in Computer Engineering.

Special Thanks:

The team would like to thank Dr. Baraniuk and Mark Davenport for helping guide our project in the right direction.

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