Man writes words with his voice


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2016/10/05/man-writes-words-with-his-voic.html


#2

Impressive and educational as heck. But can he do a Shepard Tone?


#3

Yea, minimum is minimum. But can he write GASPED?


#4

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#5

I guess it’s the least he could do. :smirk:


#6

Brilliant! I’m especially delighted when he whips out the Tuvan throat singing.


#7

Punctuation was done years ago.


#8

can someone combine her sounds with the analyzer software?


#9

As you listen to this, imagine that he’s in a crowded bar trying to chat up a lady.


#10

Wow.

Or, more accurately:

Wooowooow wa wooowa wa wooowooow ooowa wooowooow


#11

reckon he could do a J, L, V and W fairly easily - T and Y with more difficulty - lower case R - dropping that into Word-Grabber…

VIRILITY, INJURY, and the dudes in TRIVIUM will be jazzed, jazzy dudes that they indubitably are - lots more


#12

He could do hIJLMNrUVW and a wonky looking s, y, and z without splitting his voice. Still not a whole lot of options.


#13

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