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Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (2019, March 20). Objective and subjective comparison of several machine learning techniques applied to the real-time emulation of the guitar amplifier nonlinear behavior. Poster session presented at 146th International Pro-audio Convention of the Audio Engineering Society, Dublin, Ireland.
Peer reviewed
Recent progresses made in the nonlinear system identification field have improved the ability to emulate nonlinear audio systems such as the tube guitar amplifiers. In particular, machine learning techniques ...
Schmitz, T. (2019). Nonlinear modeling of the guitar signal chain enabling its real-time emulation. Unpublished doctoral thesis, Université de Liège, ​Liège, ​​Belgique.
Nonlinear systems identification and modeling is a central topic in many engineering areas since most real world devices may exhibit a nonlinear behavior. This thesis is devoted to the emulation of the ...
Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (2018, October 16). Introducing a Dataset of Guitar Amplifier Sounds for Nonlinear Emulation Benchmarking. 145th convention of audio engineering society.
Recent progresses made in the nonlinear system identification field have improved the ability to emulate nonlinear audio systems such as tube guitar amplifiers. As a straightforward comparison of different ...
Schmitz, T. (2018, September 19). Nonlinear Real-Time Emulation of a Guitar Chain with Machine learning techniques. Poster session presented at ISMA2018 – International Conference on Noise and Vibration Engineering, Leuven, Belgique.
Numerous audio systems for musicians are expensive and bulky. Therefore, it could be advantageous to model them and to replace them by computer emulation. Their nonlinear behavior requires the use of complex ...
Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (2018, May 14). Nonlinear Real-Time Emulation of a Tube Amplifier with a Long Short Term Memory Neural-Network. Poster session presented at 144th convention of the audio engineering society, Milan, Italy.
Peer reviewed
Numerous audio systems for musicians are expensive and bulky. Therefore, it could be advantageous to model them and to replace them by computer emulation. Their nonlinear behavior requires the use of complex ...
Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (2018). Real Time Emulation of Parametric Guitar Tube Amplifier with Long Short Term Memory Neural Network. 4th International Conference on Image Processing and Pattern Recognition (IPPR 2018), Copenhagen, Denmark, April 28~29, 2018.
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Numerous audio systems for musicians are expensive and bulky. Therefore, it could be advantageous to model them and to replace them by computer emulation. In guitar players’ world, audio systems could have a ...
Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (2016). A new toolbox for the identification of diagonal Volterra kernels allowing the emulation of nonlinear audio devices. In T., Schmitz, International Congress on Acoustics : ICA, Argentine 5-9 Septembre 2016.
Numerous audio systems are nonlinear. It is thus of great importance to study them and understand how they work. Volterra series model and its subclass (cascade Hammerstein-Wiener model) are usual ways to ...
Schmitz, T. (2016, January 25). Emulate an analog nonlinear audio device, is it possible ? Paper presented at Young acoustician day's, Gent, Belgium.
Non linear audio device emulation by means of Hammerstein model identification by sine sweep technique
Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (2014). Improvement in non-linear guitar loudspeaker sound reproduction. International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing.
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This paper proposes a study of the accuracy of a guitar amplifier loudspeaker simulation. The simulation is based on a non-linear convolution of a signal using Volterra kernels, which are measured in anechoic ...
Schmitz, T. (2012). Modélisation du comportement non-linéaire d’un haut-parleur pour sonorisation instrumentale. Unpublished master thesis, Université de Liège, ​Sar-tileman, ​​Belgique.
Pour un guitariste, le haut-parleur qu’il utilise fait partie intégrante de sa chaı̂ne d’instrumentation, au même titre que son ampli, ses effets ou sa guitare. Le haut-parleur agit comme un filtre constitué ...