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Re: granular synthesis and auditory segmentation
>I agree with Jim Beauchamp -- it would be most instructive to refer the
readers to your 93 AES text.
... I do apologize if I've left something out in my reference to the 93
... I assumed (sorry again!) that a search of the AES papers under my name
would find ...
- "Phoneme Recognition During a Cocktail Party"
- Richard J. Fabbri
- Scarce Ideas
- Preprint 3553 (D3-3)
- 94th AES Convention
- 1993 March 16-19
... I've discussed with Dan Ellis the idea of attaching an Acrobat file to
and he advised to --- NOT --- do that as he thought such may appear as a huge
binary file to some LIST members!
... Irrespective to what Jim mentioned, my posting was not an ad and, I do
a Web Site from which to post the above Acrobat file !
... I would certainly (directly) email the Acrobat file to anyone with an
interest in reading
this paper (and having the appropriate email app to receive a MIME, BinHex
>This would be expecially fruitful to those of us actually doing auditory
segregation experiments along
>the lines mentioned, even if ours is only lower-case research.
... What does "lower-case" research mean ?
... Does this refer to the vast resources of my 1-man company ?
... I admit to being a capitalist but, I've sacrificed much to maintain a
and do this type of research on a personally funded budget.
... I DO have very modern resources such as the SHARC DSP and Mathematica
but, I assure you, this is the result of careful planning and solid,
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