An algorithm is presented for morphing between sounds (timbre interpolation) using Lemur analysis and synthesis. The Lemur representation is made up of amplitude- and frequency-varying sinusoids. This timbre morphing involves time-scale modification of sounds (to morph between differing attack rates and vibrato rates) as well as amplitude and frequency modification of individual sinusoidal components.
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