8 Bit Larynx – Voice Synthesis With A ZX Spectrum 128 Sound Chip

8 Bit Larynx demonstrates voice synthesis with an emulated ZX Spectrum 128 sound chip.

Details below.

via mcldx:

“8 bit larynx” performed at the NetVoTech concert (which was all about the musical use of voice+technology). In this track I use my voice directly to control an emulated ZX Spectrum 128 sound chip.

For technical details of the “timbral remapping” process I’m using in this piece, please see my research paper at http://tinyurl.com/2rf9ue (there’s also a video lecture: http://tinyurl.com/3buzq9 ). Hi-qual video at http://tinyurl.com/2n8odr

2 thoughts on “8 Bit Larynx – Voice Synthesis With A ZX Spectrum 128 Sound Chip

  1. That was killer! I’ve never heard or seen that process before. There’s always something new to learn on this site!

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