Day: July 15, 2013

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Giuseppe Di Giugno

Giuseppe Di Giugno (Bengasi, 1937) is a physicist, graduated from the University of Rome, that initially worked in the energy sector, collaborating even with the Cern of Ginevra in the Seventies.

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4C

After 4A and 4B, in the late seventies the Italian physicist Giuseppe Di Giugno realizes at Ircam the 4C digital signal processor.

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4B

The acronym 4B indicates the second digital signal processor designed by Italian physicist Giuseppe Di Giugno at Ircam in Paris.

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4A

4A is the name of the first processor realized by Italian physicist Giuseppe Di Giugno for digital sound processing. This device was designed between Naples and Paris, at Ircam, in […]

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4Ced

4Ced is a control software for the 4C, a digital signal processor designed by Giuseppe Di Giugno at Ircam. 4Ced was developed by Curtis Abbott towards the end of the […]

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Syn4B

Syn4B is a control software for the 4B digital signal processor. It was developed by Philippe Prévot and the composer Neil Rolnick at Ircam, Paris, in the late seventies.

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