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A simple question, but the answer is pretty complex. I will try to squeeze 40 years of research into some sentences. The first realtime pitch shifters worked with using granular synthesis in the time domain. This means the incoming signal gets chopped into small pieces called windows, resampled at higher or lower speed and finally recombined with soft fading,...


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I think there is a key point that the PS-6 emphasizes very well: pitch-shifting can be fully polyphonic, basically because I does not care what are the notes played (I'll expand after), harmonizer need to produce notes inside a scale. For that they need to recognize the note played at different times in order to produce another one (for instance, minor ...


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With some very esoteric exceptions, songs are not generally written in a particular tuning system. It's very common for sheet music of popular songs to be simplified (or for performances of popular songs to be embellished, depending on which came first in a particular case). Therefore, it's quite likely that "the singer adds to the song a little ...


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