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Physical modelling synthesis

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  1. In sound synthesis, physical modelling synthesis refers to methods in which the waveform of the sound to be generated is computed by using a mathematical model, being a set of equations and algorithms to simulate a physical source of sound, usually a

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  2. For example, to model the sound of a drum, there would be a formula for how striking the drumhead injects energy into a two dimensional membrane

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  3. Such a model consists of (possibly simplified) laws of physics that govern the sound production, and will typically have several parameters, some of which are constants that describe the physical materials and dimensions of the instrument, while othe

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  4. Physical Modeling on the Nord Modular G2

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