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Voice Solo to Unison Choir Transformation

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In this paper we present a transformation which pretends to convert a voice solo into a big unison choir. The basic idea behind the presented algorithm is to morph the input voice solo (dry recording) with a recorded sustained vowel of a unison choir. The processing algorithm is based on the rigid phase-locked vocoder adapted to harmonic sounds. Pitch and timbre are taken from the voice solo, and the local spectrum comes out from the analysis of the unison choir sample.

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