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Page 35 ï~~MULTIMEDIA DIGITAL S TUTORING sq Sam Pointr, John Wawrzynel Center for New Music and A Department of I University of Californ 1750 Arch St Berkeley, CA ( ABSTRACT ': We have developed an interacti' as a tutor of digital audio signal processing. T Processing Learning Environment) is intended f engineering training, such composers a implemented a prototype of the system on th relationships among text, graphics, and sound i and 2) explore the tools available on that platfc the full system. In this paper we concentrate c interactive multimedia system and our specific a Our system is organized as a Mathematica ni
Page 36 ï~~Teaching DSP NoD.Specialists Computer technology has fin eated every aspec psychoacoustics, yet many users of the new technolog without engineering and computer science backgro L sounds, psychologists wishing to develop psychoacou: mode theacoustic properties of a proposdbiinunderstanding the basics of digital signal processing (] Many engineering students find digital signal processi curriculum. The traditional way of teaching DSP provi+ and is nearly useless to those without an engineering Zi difficult when presented in textbook form, we believe using examples with animated graphics and sound. Tc interactive "course" in DSP and implemented several mna DISIPLE Design Goals Our design goals for DISIPLE are. 6 To structure it as a textbook with a syllabus, so that lat and so the user may revisit topics at any time. " Tn iicp cn~irI nhr'vanti onimatrnuwh~ra annrnnri.
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Page 38 ï~~Figure 3: The user has been learning about the discn the user to choose the sampling and quantizauion of ani its DFT? graphed in Mathematica. Conclusion We believe that the DISIPLE system illustrates son for multimedia interactive systems the NeXT machine, and multimedia. The experience gained 1 related systems. Although we have concentrated onth techniques can be used in other domains in music and multimedia systems to just a few. References teach music theory, psychoacoi  Wessel, David, R. Felciano, A. Freed, and J. Wawaz T w a.- -I ra -a s1.a-- - - - --"- - aC 1'-.w-S- a - 11111~ r