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    Hello,

    I am interested in giving my vocal talents to the production, as well as supplying assistance with audio production if it is needed/desired.

    Let me know if you'd like some samples, or have a script you'd like me to read.

    -BarryTheWhite

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    There is music of different styles, it can be suitable for your project. Royalty free music for films, game and advertising http://audioluck.com/

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    MP3′s have something of a poor generational half-life. You start with an MP3 rip of a CD – even at 256Kbps, you’ve already lost audio information. That MP3 then gets sent to a friend of yours, who burns it on a CD. More data lost (probably a fair bit, too). Your friend loses the digital original, and re-rips the MP3 from the CD to give it to a friend – by now, there is a very noticeable loss in audio quality in the file. Errors and irregularities have started popping up, and in the strictly archival sense, the song is now basically worthless as a record of the original.WAV format files are uncompressed, leaving the data of the file unaltered. This allows for all the recorded and sampled sound information to be retained, at the cost of much higher storage needs.But now have many programs can convert MP3 to WAV or re-convert such as wondershare http://www.avangate.com/affiliates/marketplace/product/Wondershare-Video-Converter-Ultimate.html but it is a little expensive for me to purchase it, so I choose a free program http://www.videoconverterfactory.com/tips/flac-to-alac.html can convert audio formats too, my audio most are FLAC and I often convert them to ALAC for more devices.
    cheers

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    I'm newbie ,my name john , nice to miss all forum

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    Can somebody make a female beat tag that says Norman on the beat and send it to this email address caseynorman37@yahoo.com

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    Another alternative:

    https://www.plogue.com/products/alterego

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    What about the Japanese with their vocaloid? Of course you'll always have to program the notes unless you want it to make up it's own for you, sort of like this
    https://www.engadget.com/2015/03/25/why-text-when-your-phone-can-sing-messages-at-your-friends/
    of course it's not tts, but your own voice, but I'm surprised noone's done that too.
    Another one you have to know how to program the notes for, but has been singing for decades is the DecTalk synthesizer.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nu_Pp3ptxTY

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    EastWest's 'Symphonic Choirs' has a 'WordBuilder' plugin that lets you type in the phonetics for each syllable which the voices will then sing on each MIDI note. It's a bit fiddly and very tricky to get to sound like true words. Though if you only need the choir to sing nonsense that sounds like real words, it's pretty successful!

    There is also 'VocalWriter' for Macs (not sure if this is still available) which can sing English lyrics in a very computer-esque fashion. See this for an example:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHwwJkKp7Oo

    There're probably some others out there that I don't know of.

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    bump

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    Okay, eventually someone is going to invent a program,
    where you type in lyrics,
    and then they are
    sung back.

    I don't mean "text-to-song." I don't want any instruments drowning out someone's singing.

    I want 100% vocals, without instruments, and I want to be able to
    Just type them in, and have a voice sing, NOT SPEAK, them back to me.

    Eventually, someone is going to invent it.

    I have checked the entire internet, and no one has, yet. smile

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    Looking for African female dj drops

    Saying:
    Right now your listening to Twizla Rootz

    Twizla you got me feeling wavy

    Twizla Rootz Afro fusion 2017

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    A chance for a little disscussion.

    I wrote this.

    http://www.writerscafe.org/writing/Fanfic/1925949/

    In one part, Nidorina calls the police to report Marina as an intruder, which is not true. We all know fake calls to the police is illegal. But Nidorina says that she's playing Call Of Duty in front of children, which IS true!

    So who gets in more trouble?

    Nidorina for fake calling the police or Marina for playing COD in front of children (she is a mum herself) Or both in an equal amount of trouble?

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    arester wrote:
    Fantastic - Marcel, I'll be in touch shortly. Thank you Timbre!

    It's home again: https://freesound.org/people/klankbeeld/sounds/398218/
    smile Thanks.......

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    which equipment is better.... MPC4000 or the MV-8000 & why?

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    Fantastic - Marcel, I'll be in touch shortly. Thank you Timbre!

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    In that case, never got it!

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    Yes

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    Do you get notified if your sound is used in random sound of the day?

    If you do, I've never made it!

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    Heartwarming. Shows the value of a real community.

    Wibby