Subject: Re: MIDI Voice emulation: Fwd:
From: Kevin Austin (email@example.com)
Date: Tue May 31 2005 - 19:11:12 EDT
To get an idea of the complexity, I opened the MIDI file in Finale. A
graphic of the top staves of m 4-5 is at the bottom of this message.
Others will know more about this, but Logic has (had?) a
sound-to-MIDI function that I have put some spectral pieces into with
some interesting (and on occasion "a-s(t)ounding" !) results).
For those whose mother-tongue is not english, it is probably
difficult to impossible to 'pick up' the phonetic emulation here. I
am reminded of how difficult it is for many people to hear the words
to Bicycle Built for Two, if they do not know the words to the song.
I am also reminded of the "sine tone words" which are on the CD that
accompanies "Auditory Scene Analysis"
At 8:50 AM +1000 6/1/05, Tim Kreger wrote:
> I was just recently telling a friend such a thing would be
>impossible!! I can't find any reference to this on the site you've
>mentioned. any further references?
>Thanks once again.
>On 01/06/2005, at 12:24 AM, Kevin Austin wrote:
>>(Sorry to attach the MIDI file but I couldn't locate a URL.)
>>Start with the original song:
>>(search the list at the bottom of his page:
>>These are the words ...
>>>Look at the words when you listen...
>>>Good Times. Any time you meet a payment.
>>>Good Times. Any time you need a friend.
>>>Good Times. Any time you're out from under.
>>>Not getting hastled, not getting hustled.
>>>Keepin' your head above water, making a wave when you can.
>>>Temporary lay offs. Good Times.
>>>Easy credit rip offs. Good Times.
>>>Scratchin' and surviving. Good Times.
>>>Hangin in a chow line. Good Times.
>>>Ain't we lucky we got 'em. Good Times."
>>Listen to the attached MIDI file while reading the words ...
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