Aliasing is a commonly encountered problem in audio signal processing, particularly when memoryless nonlinearities are simulated in discrete time. A conventional remedy is to operate at an oversampled rate. A new aliasing reduction method is proposed here for discrete-time memoryless nonlinearities, which is suitable for operation at reduced oversampling rates. The method employs higher order antiderivatives of the nonlinear function used. The first-order form of the new method is equivalent to a technique proposed recently by Parker et al. Higher order extensions offer considerable improvement over the first antiderivative method, in terms of the signal-to-noise ratio. The proposed methods can be implemented with fewer operations than oversampling and are applicable to discrete-time modeling of a wide range of nonlinear analog systems.