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 computer plays sax
Author: hans 
Date:   2006-08-18 13:53


Can a clarinet playing computer be far behind?
And will it be called an Artie or a Benny?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjONQNUU8Fg

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 Re: computer plays sax
Author: Paul Aviles 
Date:   2006-08-18 17:29

Just what I thought,

Garbage In, Garbage Out.



.................Paul Aviles



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 Re: computer plays sax
Author: John J. Moses 
Date:   2006-08-18 17:41

You must be kidding...!
I've heard "samples" better than that.
I hope those "musical" inventors keep up their hard work...we'll all be working for a long time...

JJM
Légère Artist
Clark W. Fobes Artist

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 Re: computer plays sax
Author: Tobin 
Date:   2006-08-18 18:52

Yes...but: How did they manage the articulation? At times it sounded as if they simply were activating a valve that briefly cut off the air stream. It did not sound as if they had something touching the reed.

any ideas?

Gnothi Seauton

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 Re: computer plays sax
Author: 2E 
Date:   2006-08-19 04:24

OMG thats amazing! I know now why my sax playing sucks, i need that constant air stream like the computer. I doubt itd have another moving part that stops the reed, when it articulated (rarely) the hisssing of the air stopped. As cool as that is, John Coltrane is more interesting to watch. Better musician as well ...

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 Re: computer plays sax
Author: Jamietalbot 
Date:   2006-08-19 10:44

Very clever-I don,t know how they did it and
I certainly have no idea why.

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 Re: computer plays sax
Author: Bob Phillips 
Date:   2006-08-19 14:54

I emailed the poster asking about the mechanization of the air flow and "fingering." He replied that he "was not a sax player." Maybe he posted the vid, but did not participate in the development of the machine.

Bob Phillips

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