Chatfield, Darius Alexander Johnston (2017) Techniques for Virtual Instrument Development. Masters thesis, University of Huddersfield.

The project seeks to address the question of how to produce sampled orchestral instruments with high timbral flexibility whilst attaining high quality and realism with a relatively small data storage demand than current commercial solutions. This problem arises as modern orchestral music production demands an ever wider variety of high quality sounds, pushing up the demands on computer resources and the time cost of producing virtual instruments. This project addresses how a small number of samples can be used to meet the demands of virtual instrumentation.

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