Re : Re : Methods of Creation / Setup


Subject: Re : Re : Methods of Creation / Setup
From: Louis Dufort (siuol@sympatico.ca)
Date: Sun Sep 18 2005 - 18:20:41 EDT


Hey Morgan, in your situation "less is more" so go for it!

But you said: " I like the idea of my voice as it
is very versatile and when processed, will not sound like a voice"

Here I'm not that positive, voice is very difficult to process, mainly
because it always sound like voice. It takes a lot of processing and then
you may end up with a shred of sound without any sound quality left.

Also, since you seemed not to have any experience with DSP why would you
start with a project that's mainly around DSP?

Using one or 2 versatile sounds is clever, but using the voice can be very
sketchy but I guess one have to try. So if the use of voice is for you
stimulating then go for it!

Again you should listen to Pierre Henry "Variations pour une porte et un
soupir"

Goodluck

louis

> Hehe.
>
> I think we need to tame this thread a bit.
>
> Let us discuss what my sound sources will be.
>
> I have one suggestion of only my voice and one suggestion of stereo
> recordings of anything I can find. I like the idea of my voice as it
> is very versatile and when processed, will not sound like a voice.
>
> On 9/18/05, Louis Dufort <siuol@sympatico.ca> wrote:
>>> you shouldn't ever confuse life with reason or logic.
>>
>> LOL!
>>
>>
>>



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