Body Modeling

As introduced in §8.7, the commuted synthesis technique involves commuting the LTI filter representing acoustic resonator (guitar body) with the string, so that the string is excited by the pluck response of the body in place of the plectrum directly. The techniques described in §8.8 can be used to build practical computational synthesis models of acoustic guitar bodies and the like [229].


Next Section:
Ideal String Struck by a Mass
Previous Section:
Bridge Modeling