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Additive synthesis

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  1. a technique of audio synthesis which creates musical timbre

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  2. As demonstrated by software such as SPEAR, it is possible to analyse the frequency components of a recorded sound and then resynthesize a representation of the sound using additive techniques

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  3. The timbre of an instrument is composed of multiple harmonics or partials, in different quantities, that change over time

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  4. emulates such timbres by combining numerous waveforms pitched to different harmonics, with a different amplitude envelope on each, along with inharmonic artifacts

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  5. Usually, this involves a bank of oscillators tuned to multiples of the base frequency

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