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Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger Formant Synthesis      26/09/09

Nintendo DSi + Korg DS-10 + Formant Synthesis come together to on Denkitribe's fan version of Daft Punk's Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger.

Formant synthesis uses resonance, at specific frequencies, to shape sounds. The most common application of this is vocal synthesis, as shown here.

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Blue Monster 65    Said...

Holy cow! Everytime I see something from Denkitribe, I am reminded of how I have been froggin' around for over 30 years and am nowhere near his level of playing, etc. Someone needs to snatch him up and give him a job demo'ing gear for them. Really.

26-Sep-09 07:20 PM


dave    Said...

A bit like that pen hes holding.. pointless.

28-Sep-09 11:29 AM


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