Subject: Re: Re : Re : Methods of Creation / Setup
From: Larry Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Sep 18 2005 - 19:18:39 EDT
Voice? Listen/study Paul Lansky's "Idle Chatter" series of pieces.
Louis Dufort wrote:
> 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
> > 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 <email@example.com> wrote:
> >>> you shouldn't ever confuse life with reason or logic.
> >> LOL!
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