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Mechanical versions of a bunch of stuff that normally happens on computers or circuits
start with musical instruments - synthesizers
get an old moog and spend a lot of time tweaking the
knobs and getting the sound variations in your head -
envelope filters etc.
learn to do that with your vocal chords - to isolate
of the sound and then smoothly vary them.
instruments that optimize or exploit
variability of each type of sound manipulation
maybe start with a trumpet with a squeezy baloon valve
that changes the sound in the experimentally determined
way that changing the shape of the vocal chords
overtones in Overtone singing.
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||Can you explain this for the benefit of sober readers? Thanks.
||wind chimes that drag nails on chalkboard for you
||It reads like a [beanangel] idea, only shorter.
||My suggestion--pick a few and develop them further
so this doesn't read so much like a list off the top of
||I stuck a screwdriver into a broken electrical socket and made myself into a Van De Graaff Generator. Oh, not really the same idea.
||[+] but just barely: I don't see much in the way of *how* to emulate an electronic analogue synth acoustically.