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|Title: ||Vibrato with a Twist of Tremolo|
|Authors: ||Kumar, Nishta|
|Issue Date: ||30-May-2014|
|Abstract: ||The hardest part about synthesized vibrato is making it sound more humanised. This script uses the function of vibrato combined with tremolo a function of amplitude modulation, to attempt to create a more realistic sounding vibrato.|
|Rights and Permissions: ||The author retains copyright of this work.|
|Appears in Collections:||Digital Audio Systems: Lab Report 2 (2014)|
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|Lab Report 2 - Vibrato with a Twist of Tremolo.pdf||Lab Report 2 - Vibrato with a Twist of Tremolo||160.54 kB||Adobe PDF|
|only_tremoloVOX.wav||Tremolo output signal||870.04 kB||WAV|
|only_vibratoVOX.wav||output vibrato signal||870.04 kB||WAV|
|vibrato_tremoloVOX.wav||Output vibrato with tremolo signal||870.04 kB||WAV|
|VOX1.wav||Original Vox signal||870.04 kB||WAV|
|vibrato_script.m||Matlab Script||1.96 kB||Matlab|
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