vocoder


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vo·cod·er

 (vō′kō′dər)
n.
An electronic device or system for synthesizing speech.

vocoder

(ˈvəʊˌkəʊdə)
n
(Instruments) music a type of synthesizer that uses the human voice as an oscillator
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The researchers then recorded the brain signals and asked the same patients to listen to speakers reciting digits between zero and nine and fed the measurements through the vocoder. They then analyzed the sound produced by the vocoder in response to the signals and cleaned them up using neural networks.
In particular, the vocoder represents the second mechnism, where the transmit end models the characteristics of a voice signal and sends the various parameters, and restores(synthesizes) the voice signal using the received parameters at the receiving end.
To teach the vocoder to interpret to brain activity, Dr.
In recent years, Reo has become a master of the vocoder, her voice on 2013's Olive Juice harmonized until her singing seems to come from an army of existentially despairing dolls.
But the rest is a mixed bag heavy on vocoder vocals and predictable pop.
It provides an embedded low-cost, low bit rate Vocoder combined with an audio band voice data modem.
Stripped-down arrangements, funk-inflected rhythms, looping, and vocoder become deadpan echoes of the automation of life.
This subsystem, known as the voice coder or vocoder, determines how many
In the electronic funk of the early '80s, the vocoder distorted the human voice into a strange robotic sound.
Or the vocoder and skittering beats on the dance-friendly "Figure It Out Yourself." Or the handclapping beats on "That Girl On MTV," a Top 40 pop tune if ever I've heard one.
Major topics covered include installing, running, and updating Live 8 on a computer; creating and arranging music with Live; using Live instruments and effects, among them the new Collision, Corpus, Vocoder, and Frequency Shifter; and on-stage performance with Live.
I was never comfortable with it, and so the vocoder came with the idea of being able to not only be comfortable playing live, but being able to get exactly what I wanted out of my voice.