New from Sound Dust: CHOIRPOOL!!!!!

Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by kgdrum, Mar 1, 2019.

  1. kgdrum

    kgdrum Senior Member

    Apr 11, 2005
    Land of Missing Parts and poetd like this.
  2. DSmolken

    DSmolken Senior Member

    Jun 30, 2016
    Very, very interesting. Could totally see this all over indie pop tracks, for example.

    And going off on a tangent, I've been saying this for a while - choirs are a great opportunity for synthesis, because both wordbuilder choirs and real-human choirs are complex to work with, and voice synthesis tech goes almost exclusively after solo vocals, where human singers are much harder to compete with. A choir synthesized one singer at a time with emulation of not-quite-in-sync legato, singers drifting towards a common pitch and other things which would not be too hard to do decent mathematical models of, even if it only sang basic vowels, would be a great tool. Adapt existing phoneme transition tech with timing differences between the singers and it's a huge game-changer.

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