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Live Q&A Discussion - Prototyping DSP algorithms on real-world signals using MATLAB

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Live Q&A Discussion with Gabriele Bunkheila following his talk 'Prototyping DSP algorithms on real-world signals using MATLAB'
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You can download the MATLAB code used using the URL and credentials below (note that the files will be automatically deleted after 30 days):
Username: customer
Password: MathWorks
Thanks, Gabriele.

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Welcome everyone and happy second day at the DSP Online Conference! I'll aim to answer most questions for this session live during the Q&A slot from 8:30-9am ET but feel free to also drop your questions here below as they come up.

09:40:56	 From  Danilo : Hi
what toolbox(es) necessary to generate the CST plugin dll?
Is the compiler required?
09:41:14	 From  Danilo : * VST
09:42:05	 From  Michal Szczesniak : Not 100% sure, but it looks like part of main MATLAB bundle, accord. to documentation.
09:49:33	 From  Khodour : Generating .VST plugins require MATLAB Toolbox and Audio Toolbox and a supported compiler
09:50:02	 From  Khodour : Here is a list of supported compilers
09:50:05	 From  Khodour : https://www.mathworks.com/support/requirements/supported-compilers.html
09:51:47	 From  Leonard Dieguez : Lalu depending on the application you can read the data in a "natural" data chunks , blocks. For example if you are doing FFTs you can read one FFT chunk at a time process it then read the next. for a 16K FFT you would read 16384 words then process them , then read the next and so on 
09:57:37	 From  Ricardo Losada Falk : dsp.AudioFileReader allows you to read chunks from an audio file at a time for stream processing.