Adjustable Boundary Conditions for Multidimensional Transfer Function Models
Block based physical modeling requires to provide a library of modeling blocks for standard components of real or virtual musical instruments. Complex synthesis models are built by connecting standard components in a physically meaningful way. These connections are investigated for modeling a resonating structure as a distributed parameter system. The dependence of a resonator’s spectral structure on the termination of its ports is analyzed. It is shown that the boundary conditions of a distributed parameter system can be adjusted by proper termination only. Examples show the corresponding variation of the resonator’s spectral structure in response to variations of the external termination.