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PostPosted: Sat Mar 05, 2011 1:49 am 
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I don't have much call for choir except for a few std synth Aaahs.

For anyone who does, I saw a demo of this software. You can type the words into a text box and the choir (with the myriad of selectable voices on offer), sings the words you have typed. I just didn't know this was possible.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 05, 2011 3:04 pm 
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guitarman wrote:
For anyone who does, I saw a demo of this software. You can type the words into a text box and the choir (with the myriad of selectable voices on offer), sings the words you have typed. I just didn't know this was possible.


Text to voice applications have been around for a long time. This was a feauture of the old RIM devices which we all now know as Blackberry.

To use this technology effectively in a music application you also have to tell the software (via midi) the notes you want to attribute to each syllable or it ends up sounding robotic.

I've seen the E-W Symphonic software in the Sweetwater catalog. EXPENSIVE stuff.

Gary


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