Harmony Assistant can "sing" the lyrics

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Harmony Assistant can "sing" the lyrics

Postby johnhenryfowler » 27 Nov 2007 22:45

To those of you who are interested:

Get the free trial copy of Harmony Assistant:
http://www.myriad-online.com/cgi-bin/do ... EN&prod=HA

Load this Harmony Assistant music file just recently posted at CPDL:

http://www.cpdl.org/wiki/index.php/O_lo ... _Handel%29

And listen to the Harmony Assistant program do a fair job of SINGING THE LYRICS !

Obviously this technology is in its infancy, but it is certainly captivating...


( Note: The trial version of HA doesn't "expire", but costs 70 Euros if you want to be able to save, edit or print. )

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Postby choralia » 27 Nov 2007 23:15

I would like to invite you to visit my web site:

http://www.choralia.net

where several choir training aids based on Harmony Assistant and on its "singing engine", named Virtual Singer (VS), are available, completely free of charge. The page "VS Catalogue" contains such "sung" training aids, and includes significant works such as the Requiem by Mozart and by Fauré, the Gloria by Vivaldi, the Christmas Oratorio by Saint-Saens, and other works by Bach, De Victoria, Haydn, Mozart, Palestrina, etc. .

You only need to install the free Myriad Music Plug-in, and enjoy the training aids then.

Regards.

Max

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Re: Harmony Assistant can "sing" the lyrics

Postby kskristinesmith » 03 Aug 2009 14:54

Harmony Assistant is an unbeatable software for computer-assisted music composition and editing.
Its harmonizing capabilities enable the composer to build quickly and efficiently tunes that include accompaniment, multiple instruments and drum patterns



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