Now that I can see that it’s effective a reconstructing human voices, I process ANYTHING through this series of steps I figured out here.


Now that I can see that it’s effective a reconstructing human voices, I process ANYTHING through this series of steps I figured out here.

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Thanks :) I’m proud of the result. I scoured the darkest corners of the net to find a “Jazz Scat” “doo-doo, bah bah” type sound – I remember they existed on 1990s keyboards… and I found *one*… [there’s probably ones that cost big $$$$$ but I’m not paying].

Ran the original through a process ’til I ended up with this. I’m pretty pleased.

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[just in the past hours: now I’m going to tempt fate by posting a copyrighted song through it and see if Youtube’s copyright IP TPP powered thing notices it. :P ]

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Thanks :) Yeah, I’m using CoolSoft VirtualMIDI right now – and my collection of weird soundfonts is a pure pleasure to run MIDI files through, especially ones I made. What i love about waon (for going from wav -> midi is it breaks down that stupid barrier between analog and digital *very* well… and these few tests are my proof that…
…that..
…that… I dunno, it’s just something I enjoy making.

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Me too. Corruption / distortion / shifting slightly out of phase (or grossly out of phase).. I love all that stuff.

I’m downloading piano from above from the original site: I don’t like having to use software informer and places like that – thank YOU Internet Archive!

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