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Synthesis of the musical audio signal using direct generation of harmonics
Ježek, Štěpán ; Mekyska, Jiří (referee) ; Přikryl, Lubor (advisor)
This thesis is focused on musical sound synthesis, in particular, the method of additive synthesis. The main goal is to implement a software musical instrument in the VST3 plug-in format, using the C++ programming language and the JUCE application framework. The final program offers spectral components editing capabilities and is able to morph between user-defined spectrum states in time. The introduction summarizes some common synthesis methods and their advantages or disadvantages. Next section deals with the technology used during the VST3 plug-in implementation and describes core parts that make up the final application. This analysis is focused mainly on the signal processing part, but there is also a brief description of the graphical user interface.
Jean Sibelius: life and work, 2 versions of concerto op. 47
Mori, Václav ; ČEPICKÝ, Leoš (advisor) ; Ježek, Štěpán (referee)
This bachelor thesis is about the most significant music composer of Finland – Jean Sibelius, about his life since childhood till his death. It documents his work, also describes the circumstances of making his only violin concert, which was created in two versions, which are also compared here.
Music in crematoria and tradition of the krematorium Pardubice artistic group
Häckl, Zdeněk ; ŠTRAUS, Ivan (advisor) ; Ježek, Štěpán (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with music in the crematoria and tradition of the artistic team of the crematorium in Pardubice. The first chapter characterizes the meaning and tradition of funeral ceremonies across history and religious denominations. The second one describes the history of crematoria in Bohemia and Europe. The third chapter is about the architecture of the Pardubice crematorium and the fourth one depicts the beginning of the local musical production and artistic background. The fifth chapter deals with the development of the artistic group in Pardubice, it provides a list of all the musicians who have worked here between 1923 and 2018. The last chapter defines the repertoire of the ensemble and its development.

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