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Adobe's new experiment turns tone deaf humming into real music


What if your tone deaf humming could actually sound… pretty good? That’s the premise of a new experiment from Adobe that aims to turn your voice into music.

It’s called Project Kazoo, and it could one day make soundtrack creation as simple as humming a quick tune.

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The software, which is still in a prototype phase, uses a technology called voice conversion to translate dissonant sounds into music. Hum a couple bars into a microphone, and the software can turn the sound into that of the well-tuned instrument of your choice. It can even convert music from instrument into the sound of another — play a few notes on a recorder and the software will spit out the same notes on a saxophone. Read more…

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