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2005
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Voice-controlled plucked bass guitar through two synthesis techniques

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Voice-controlled plucked bass guitar through two synthesis techniques
In this paper we present an example of the use of the singing voice as a controller for digital music synthesis. The analysis of the voice with spectral processing techniques, derived from the Short-Time Fourier Transform, provides ways of determining a performer’s vocal intentions. We demonstrate a prototype, in which the extracted vocal features drive the synthesis of a plucked bass guitar. The sound synthesis stage includes two different synthesis techniques, Physical Models and Spectral Morph. Keywords Singing voice, musical controller, sound synthesis, spectral processing.
Jordi Janer
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where NIME
Authors Jordi Janer
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