Found a thesis on GLitch effects and the theory and implimentation behind it.
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    Default Found a thesis on GLitch effects and the theory and implimentation behind it.

    https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~chanson9/220C/Aphasia.pdf

    Its a good read may be hard for some to understand because it gets into the design of an fx glitch plugin. but i thought it was interesting.
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    So this guy went to Stanford, and his thesis references are BT, and dBlue???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    So this guy went to Stanford, and his thesis references are BT, and dBlue???
    I regularly cite things from sound on sound and similar sites in my work, sometimes you just need to fill out the bibliography.

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