[sdiy] Formant filters, yay!

Elaine Klopke functionofform at gmail.com
Sat Mar 11 17:33:22 CET 2017


I actually have a book on making your own Z80 single board computer and somewhere there's a tube of NOS big chips for that in my closet... somewhere. 

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> On Mar 11, 2017, at 7:47 AM, Tony K <weplar at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi , I don't know what that is sorry.
> Probably anything these days would be far more interesting and accurate, but I am from the old school , started off interfacing a ZX-81 to a Speak n' Spell and exercising the TI Chip- Popular Electronics article. Then 'graduated' to Apple SAM ;)
> 
> Another non-technical nostalgic post.
> Now back to your maths ;)
> 
>> On Mar 11, 2017, at 6:52 AM, Elain Klopke <functionofform at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 
>> Nothing is irrelevant!
>> 
>> I have the Plogue Chipspeech plugin somewhere on this computer, but I've never had the patience to get it working right. The best I can do is a robotic version of the adults from Charlie Brown.
>> 
>>> On Sat, Mar 11, 2017 at 3:23 AM, Tony K <weplar at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> All this talk of vocal filters made me nostalgic for S.A.M. in the Apple ][+ playing through a 1408 DAC board.
>>> I don't have have Chamberlain's MAM anymore but I believe there was  a good coverage of the topic in there . I seem to recall VOSIM software.
>>> Would have loved to know who wrote that original Apple program.
>>> The later Atari version of SAM was also good but never quite sounded as impressive or 'demented' as the Apple version. Used that as my first drum machine in phoneme mode.
>>> 
>>> Sorry if this is completely irrelevant.
>>> 
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