Re: [linux-audio-user] [offlist] Re: Mellotron sounds

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Date: Fri Jul 08 2005 - 16:05:25 EEST

On Fri, 08 Jul, 2005 at 02:28PM +0300, Juhana Sadeharju spake thus:
> >From: Neil Durant <lists@email-addr-hidden>
> >
> >I'd be happy to sample the full lengths of all 35 notes for all six sounds,
> >storing them as wavs. I don't have a lot of spare time these days, so I'll
> >let someone else have the pleasure of cropping/editing!
> Please do so. Make the files available from your site or
> upload to
> Note: If we end up to conclusion that the samples cannot
> be put freely available, then I could make the samples
> privately available for the following kind of project.
> Research experts should analyse the sounds and come up
> with synthesis method which generates as similar sounds
> as possible. I'm aware of such research teams and I could
> ask them to analyse the samples.
> I also have a plenty of research papers on such analysis/synthesis
> methods. I could place the papers privately available for anyone
> who wish to write the analysis/synthesis software.

I'd quite like to have a read, of you don't mind. I'm applying for a
job right now that would let me move my research towards this kind of
area, and I'm just starting to get a proper feel for what's
happening. I don't just mean this particular type of
analysis/synthesis, but into audio/signal processing and creative
computing in general.


> Regards,
> Juhana

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