# 1. From poles and zeros to sound In python code, start by designin...

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1. From poles and zeros to sound
In python code, start by designing a filter with two complex conjugate pole pairs at 0.95 · e ±j0.1π and at 0.9 · e ±j0.3π , as well as zeros at z = 0.
Calculate the corresponding {b} and {a} filter coefficients — use numpy.poly() for this. Use lfilter if you like.
Draw the log-magnitude frequency response and phase response and show a pole-zeros plot for your filter. How does the magnitude spectrum change with (1) different angles of the poles and (2) different magnitude of the poles?
Then, construct an impulse train with N = 1000 points and periodicity T = 80 as input. Filter the input with the coefficients you derived. Plot the input and output in time-domain.
Finally, play the output file as audio sampled at 8 kHz, using the simpleaudio package.
How do the sounds change with (1) different angles of the poles and (2) different magnitude of the poles?

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import math
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
import scipy as sp
import scipy.signal as signal
import simpleaudio as sa

'''
POLE 1 PARAMETERS
'''
p1_mag = 0.95
p1_phase = 0.1*math.pi

'''
POLE 2 PARAMETERS
'''
p2_mag = 0.9
p2_phase = 0.3*math.pi

'''
Construct complex poles
'''
p1_root1 = p1_mag * complex(math.cos(p1_phase), math.sin(p1_phase))
p1_root2 = p1_mag * complex(math.cos(p1_phase), -1*math.sin(p1_phase))

p2_root1 = p2_mag * complex(math.cos(p2_phase), math.sin(p2_phase))
p2_root2 = p2_mag * complex(math.cos(p2_phase), -1*math.sin(p2_phase))

roots = [p1_root1, p1_root2, p2_root1, p2_root2]
zeros = [0, 0, 0, 0]

'''
Construct filter coefficients
'''
numerator = np.poly(zeros)
denominator = np.poly(roots)

'''
Construct frequency response
'''
w, mag, phase = signal.bode((numerator, denominator...

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