Subject: Recorded Piano to MIDI conversion
From: Kevin Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Apr 22 2005 - 10:08:29 EDT
>This time, from the New Scientist:
>From the article cited below is the statement:
>"Zenph resurrected a scratchy mono recording of Bach's Goldberg
>Variations, made by the Canadian pianist Glenn Gould in 1955 and a
>recording of a Chopin prelude by Alfred Cortot in 1928."
>The full article is here:
>It seems that what they are doing is controlling a synthesizer with
>a MIDI script generated from analysis of the original recording.
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