That's what it does: applies MNA by stamping stuff to a matrix. It's not "naive" about the process, but at high level it does use quite traditional MNA really.
You're using MNA so solve audio circuits and you expect it to work?!?!?!?! Time to invoke what Theo told me about this on the music-dsp email list (hehe)!
Theo Verelst wrote:
most of what you're oresenting is boring old crap, that isn't worth working on unless you'd actually understand some of the theory and relevant tunings involved. Clearly you don't.... (You) insulted run of the mill academic EE insights from decades ago,
So, at the risk of simply proving that some people are serious of wanting the crime of betraying the good and replace and sell it by making bad products
Don't you feel that if I'm simply right, and refuse to subscribe to the sort of "crime of century", that the insult is really the way I described ? Unless you say I must suffer be higher edified, to give you the privilege to mock about in the digital domain, which is like saying it's ok for your friends to steal all the good info, rewrite history, and you don't want to hear a word about it. Rather an authority to presume.
Boy, have we been told! Ok, back to your great work Mystran, and I look forward to a Mac version some time
(ps: if you want to read Theo's full rant for fun then please check out the thread "Trapezoidal integrated optimised SVF v2" here: http://music.columbia.edu/pipermail/mus ... hread.html
(pps: for the record these circuit simulation methods do work and they also certainly make approximations when compared to physical components because we are dealing with idealised components mostly for efficiency. If you start with idealised components then you end up with an idealised model, that doesn't invalidate any of the maths, it sounds great and all works just fine, last time I checked my models weren't particularly "evil" or "betraying" anything.)