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30) and solving for Y (z)/X(z) gives transfer function H (z) = Y (z) = b0 + b1 z−1 + b2 z−2 . 32 consists of a feed-forward delay line with N − 1 delay elements and has the difference equation N −1 y(n) = bk x(n − k). 32 FIR system. FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING 41 which shows that each impulse of h(n) is represented by a weighted and shifted unit impulse. The Z-transform of the impulse response leads to the transfer function N −1 H (z) = bk z−k . 34) k=0 The time-domain algorithms for FIR systems are the same as those for IIR systems with the exception that the recursive part is missing.

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33 FIR system: (a) impulse response, (b) magnitude response, (c) pole/zero plot and (d) phase response (sampling frequency fS = 40 kHz). m) function magphasresponse(h) % Author: U. 4 Conclusion In this first chapter we introduced definitions and classifications of audio effects, to provide an overview of the territory to be explored. Then, some basic concepts of digital signals, their spectra and digital systems have been introduced. The description is intended for persons with little or no knowledge of digital signal processing.

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