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Schmitz Thomas

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Main Referenced Co-authors
Embrechts, Jean-Jacques  (10)
Main Referenced Keywords
nonlinear model (6); neural network (5); Volterra (4); guitar amplifier emulation (3); Hammerstein (2);
Main Referenced Unit & Research Centers
INTELSIG (1)
Main Referenced Disciplines
Electrical & electronics engineering (15)
Civil engineering (1)

Publications (total 16)

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Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (2016). A new toolbox for the identification of diagonal Volterra kernels allowing the emulation of nonlinear audio devices. In T. Schmitz, International Congress on Acoustics : ICA, Argentine 5-9 Septembre 2016. https://hdl.handle.net/2268/201202

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18 citations (Scopus®)

Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (September 2017). Hammerstein kernels identification by means of a sine sweep technique applied to nonlinear audio devices emulation. Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 65 (9), 696-710. doi:10.17743/jaes.2017.0025 https://hdl.handle.net/2268/216243

Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (20 March 2019). Objective and subjective comparison of several machine learning techniques applied to the real-time emulation of the guitar amplifier nonlinear behavior [Poster presentation]. 146th International Pro-audio Convention of the Audio Engineering Society, Dublin, Ireland.

Schmitz, T. (2019). Nonlinear modeling of the guitar signal chain enabling its real-time emulation [Doctoral thesis, ULiège - Université de Liège]. ORBi-University of Liège. https://orbi.uliege.be/handle/2268/238507

Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (2018). Introducing a Dataset of Guitar Amplifier Sounds for Nonlinear Emulation Benchmarking. AES E-Library.

Schmitz, T. (19 September 2018). Nonlinear Real-Time Emulation of a Guitar Chain with Machine learning techniques [Poster presentation]. ISMA2018 – International Conference on Noise and Vibration Engineering, Leuven, Belgium.

Schmitz, T. (22 June 2018). Comparison of Different Nonlinear Identification Methods: a Guitar Tube Amplifier Practical Case [Paper presentation]. Comparison of Different Nonlinear Identification Methods: a Guitar Tube Amplifier Practical Case.

Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (14 May 2018). Nonlinear Real-Time Emulation of a Tube Amplifier with a Long Short Term Memory Neural-Network [Poster presentation]. 144th convention of the audio engineering society, Milan, Italy.

Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (2018). Real Time Emulation of Parametric Guitar Tube Amplifier with Long Short Term Memory Neural Network. In 4th International Conference on Image Processing and Pattern Recognition (IPPR 2018), Copenhagen, Denmark, April 28~29, 2018.
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Schmitz, T. (18 March 2018). Neural-Networks in Acoustics: a New Way to Solve Complex Acoustic Problems [Paper presentation]. 4th Acoustics Research Day, Bruxelles, Belgium.

Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (September 2017). Hammerstein kernels identification by means of a sine sweep technique applied to nonlinear audio devices emulation. Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 65 (9), 696-710. doi:10.17743/jaes.2017.0025
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Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (2016). A new toolbox for the identification of diagonal Volterra kernels allowing the emulation of nonlinear audio devices. In T. Schmitz, International Congress on Acoustics : ICA, Argentine 5-9 Septembre 2016.

Schmitz, T. (25 January 2016). Emulate an analog nonlinear audio device, is it possible ? [Paper presentation]. Young acoustician day's, Gent, Belgium.

Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (2014). Improvement in non-linear guitar loudspeaker sound reproduction. In International Conference on Systems, Signals and Image Processing.
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Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (21 February 2014). Modeling and analysis of nonlinear systems applied to a guitar chain signal [Paper presentation]. PhD and young acousticians day, ABAV 2014, Liège, Belgium.

Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (2013). Nonlinear guitar loudspeaker simulation. In Proceedings of the AES 134 th convention.

Schmitz, T., & Embrechts, J.-J. (06 June 2012). Non-linear loudspeaker simulation. Guitar loudspeaker [Paper presentation]. Journée ABAV de communications libres, Leuven, Belgium.

Schmitz, T. (2012). Modélisation du comportement non-linéaire d’un haut-parleur pour sonorisation instrumentale [Master’s dissertation, ULiège - Université de Liège]. ORBi-University of Liège. https://orbi.uliege.be/handle/2268/236626

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