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Introduction
1.1 Music as a Hybrid Phenomenon
1.2 Modular Synthesis
1.3 Contributions
2.1 Fundamental Concepts
2.2 Composing Signal Functions
2.3 Arrow Syntax
2.4 Events and Event Sources
2.5 Switching
2.6 Animating Signal Functions
Synthesizer Basics
3.1 Oscillators
3.2 Amplifiers
3.3 Envelope Generators
3.4 Filters
3.5 Delay Lines
3.6 A Simple Modular Synthesizer Patch
4.1 MIDI Music
4.2 SoundFont-based monophonic synthesizer
4.2.1 SoundFont Instrument Description Standard
4.2.2 Implementing a Sample-based Oscillator
4.2.3 Combining the Pieces
4.3 A Polyphonic Synthesizer
4.3.1 Dynamic Synthesizer Instantiation
4.3.2 Executing Synthesizers
4.3.3 Performance
4.4 Supporting Libraries
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Modular Synthesizer Programming in Haskell

Modular Synthesizer Programming in Haskell

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