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VOTA Utility: Making the Computer Sing
After several years, trying to emulate real musical instruments, it's time to emulate a real choir, but with a new challenge ' Text. This paper presents a software solution (based on sampling, not on synthesis) to make the computer sing text. You write the text, play the keyboard (or any MIDI device or sequencer), and hear the choir singing in realtime.
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