wind_vipS.wav
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March 31st, 2006

WIND - A breathy, wind-like voice sound is generated in real time by a formant synthesizer [1] driven by a physically-based glottal source [2], and controlled via planar mouse gesturing. The sound is played via a Indiana Line Th-230S loudspeaker mounted at the entrance of a 10-meter pipe (diameter 30 cm). At the exit the synthetic voice is echoed by a real human male voice. Sound is captured by a Beyerdynamic MCD-101 omnidirectional digital microphone placed in the middle of the tube. -------- references -------- [1] Provided with the Snack package by TMH-KTH, Stockholm. [2] C. Drioli, "A flow waveform matched low-dimensional glottal model based on physical knowledge", in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 117, n. 5, pp. 3184-3195, 2005. ---------- documentation ---------The battle of the elements, by the vipS collective: http://www.soundobject.org/elements

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    Ilthigore 8 years, 2 months ago

    Wow - I'm working on the sounds for a play entitled "The Haunted House of Horror" and this is the perfect centrepiece for a "wind and creaking" ambience. Thanks.

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Type
Wave (.wav)
Duration
00:09:013
Filesize
776.4 KB
Samplerate
44100.0 Hz
Bitdepth
16 bit
Channels
Mono
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