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March 9th, 2005

Morphing between a cello note and the word cello done computing the short-time Fourier transform of two recorded sounds, interpolating their spectral data and performing the inverse transform. Done in the early 1990's on a NeXT computer.


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    kb7clx 6 months, 3 weeks ago

    Only 3 comments in 10 years? I'm shocked! Great sound, wish you had done more morphing sounds, they're fascinating. Like a vocoder for sounds.
    I used it here
    in response to Dare36 here
    With a timewarp effect in Goldwave to match the 100bpm tempo.

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    hearing_aid 1 year, 1 month ago

    I was here in 2006 or so and left some didn't like Synthesis i got the rom thing then one guy terrorized me abyte! its like some cats that don't like electronic music but yet they plug their guitar into an digital amp and use petals!. Rems me of the speak and spell I had Commodore 64,timex sinclair 1000 cassette taps they were fun programming.

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    digifishmusic 7 years, 3 months ago

    I just noticed that too, sounds 1 to 5 are no longer avaliable :)

    Thanks xserra!

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    Syna-Max 8 years, 5 months ago

    This is, like, the earilest existing sound on freesound! Awesome effect and sound, man! :-D


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