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Software and Vocal Analysis


Software and Vocal Analysis

Software for sonograms, spectrograms, formants, overtones manipulation. How is important the electronic process in your music?

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Software and Vocal Analysis

We can share software links, documents, news, and tell about our experience with samples, manipulations and other, several kinds of microphones, software and hardware synths, samplers, personal computers, ...

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HARMONYNC: a Dynamic Harmonics Calculator

Hi everybody,I am an overtone singer and some years ago I needed an interactive table of reference to hear the harmonics and how their intervals sound.This software was born for my personal use and…Continue

Tags: play-harmonics, software

Started by Walter Mantovani Jan 15, 2016.

Audacity - sound examples by using Audacity 3 Replies

Once again, thanks a lot - Marco -  for this list of free software. I am learning how to use some of the effects by…Continue

Tags: free studio, dvdvideosoft, software, free, audacity

Started by Jens Mügge. Last reply by Jens Mügge Dec 22, 2010.

New book: Resonance in Singing 3 Replies

I have just been to the Voice Symposium conference in Salzburg, where I got the new book Resonance in Singing by Donald Miller,…Continue

Started by Bodo Maass. Last reply by Sol Herrera Mar 2, 2009.

VTDemo 2 Replies

This is a nice software to understand the effects of Vocal Tract in our voical timbre.Sorry but the link button is OFF, so...here a my video about it:…Continue

Started by Marco Tonini. Last reply by Marco Tonini Feb 20, 2009.

Livid Looper

Thanks to our friend Seralf I have tried Livid Looper, an open source…Continue

Started by Marco Tonini Sep 27, 2008.

Formant Synthesis Demo

Very very nice this no-install application.It shows the relation between formants and vowels, with the possibility to change pitch, source wave, shape, bandwidht.For win, linux and mac.From the…Continue

Started by Marco Tonini Jul 23, 2008.

Software that I use, and how: harmonics and resonance

So, to fix the features of a timbre we can consider the current harmonics, but these are inadequate informations.We must consider the envelop ADSR, especially attack kind, harmonics development in…Continue

Started by Marco Tonini Jul 16, 2008.

Free or Open Source audio-software 10 Replies

Visiting many sites and blogs, I have discovered many software. Here a little link list - click pictures to enlarge: Audacity - It is free, open source…Continue

Tags: audio-software, Open Source, Free

Started by Marco Tonini. Last reply by Jens Mügge Jul 14, 2008.

Software that I use, and how: harmonics and FFT 2 Replies

Look at this:It is 1 second of pink-noise. A the top you can see the waveform, at the…Continue

Started by Marco Tonini. Last reply by Marco Tonini Jul 5, 2008.

Another free software list

From UCL DEPT OF PHONETICS & LINGUISTICSThere are others very nice software for Win in this site.It is not necessary that I copy and paste their…Continue

Started by Marco Tonini Jul 5, 2008.

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Comment by Tran Quang Hai on June 28, 2008 at 12:06am
Dear Miroslav,
I have the Overtone Analyzer but I don't know how to use it properly. I am very much impressed by your document sent on this network with spectral picture in real time . Can you teach me how to do it ?
Many thanks ahead,
Tran Quang Hai
Comment by Tran Quang Hai on June 28, 2008 at 12:03am
Thank you for inviting me to your group.
HOpe to learn more things about audio softwares.
Tran Quang Hai
Comment by Marco Tonini on June 27, 2008 at 7:13pm
Hi Miroslav,
yes, the optical feedback in real time is very important, I use it with my opera-singers students to develop extra-formant. But for this I use Audition, too.
For the mic question, I think that a good mic is useless without a good sound-board and a good equalization, and vice versa.
Comment by Miroslav Grosser on June 27, 2008 at 11:42am
My useful equipment:

How you can see in my video collection i am using the OVERTONE ANALYZER by www.sygyt.com for visualizing my overtones and also for voice analysis in my vocal coaching praxis. The optical feedback in real time on a monitor is quiet useful to improve the singing performance, so i recommend to use it regularly.

In concerts i like to use natural or artificial reverb and delay for the following reason: During the inspiratory time the effective energy of sound on a physical level stays at work. Therefore i use the VOCAL PROCESSOR VX400 by Digitech, when a perfect acoustic room is missing.

As a very practical MOBILE RECORDING SYSTEM the H4 by Zoom is my permanent companion.

I am still in quest of suitable microphones for harmonic singing...What is your recommendation?
Comment by Marco Tonini on June 27, 2008 at 10:45am
Thanks David,
very interesting.
Sometimes I use Max/MSP too, but it needs many time to create patches. My cardiac problems are finished (do you rimember?), so when I have more time we meet, finally!
Comment by David Hykes on June 27, 2008 at 9:41am
HARMONIC VISION audiovisualization program, 1998-2008

Greetings, Following the "In Light of Sound" work I did in the 80s and early 90s with physical cymatics procedures for visualizing Harmonic Chant (following my early years in experimental cinema), since about 1998 I've developing software applications for transforming Harmonic Chant into visual and video art and projections, first in collaboration with the makers of "Videodelic" and "Onadime." The program is called "Harmonic Vision" and currently works on Mac OS X. It is based on the MAX/MSP platform. The program has been primarily developed for our Harmonic Presence Foundation projects. For example, it was used in our recent evening for the Mind and Life Institute at the Garrison Institute. As you may know, the MLI brings together neuroscientists from around the world with contemplative practitioners to explore how contemplative practice changes consciousness and the brain.

The Foundation is exploring a limited commercial release of the software as a way to help raise funds for our philanthropic work in the area of human rights, especially Tibet.

As for musical software, I use primarily ProTools and Logic. My preferred microphones are those made by Microtech Gefell.

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