Timbre Morphing of Sounds with Unequal Numbers of Features
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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