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vocal

1. a piece of jazz or pop music that is sung
2. a performance of such a piece of music
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Now, though, the "great quest" is to fingerprint the human voice and "many engineers keep telling me that all they need is more time to tweak the algorithms and they can achieve full accuracy", French says.
Summary: The Mars rover Curiosity has made history by beaming the first audio recording of a human voice back to earth from another planet.
Pioneering composer, Trevor Wishart, 65, whose work focuses on the human voice and uses computer technology to enhance and transform it, collected recordings from homes, schools and meeting-places across the North East, while in residence at the Department of Music, Durham University from 2006 to 2009.
Rare now, that special human touch, Our human voice recorded too much, Just ring, you want to use your phone, Then begins that usual tone.
The products, now available for both BlackBerry and Android smart phones, include a full range of human voice ringtones for a different customers.
To address this, World Voice Day was established as a special day of awareness, recognition, and celebration of the human voice.
As the overlying topic was emotions in the human voice, essays examine a range of subjects such as erotic vocalization, vocal pleasantness, cross-cultural expressions, vocal emotional processing in men and women, and modifications based on vocal tract structure.
The large number of characters challenges the range and variety of the human voice, a challenge Reading's experience as an actress and narrator helps her to meet with great success.
The human voice can convey a wealth of information simply by means of its timber and tone.
His breathy tone, which some critics have likened to Ben Webster's warm tenor saxophone sound, is the result of trying to make the trumpet sound like a conversational human voice rather than the piercing cry more common to the instrument.
Poetry," she writes: "is the human voice, / and are we not of interest to each other?
This relatively new field is fascinating to those who seek better understanding of constantly fluctuating systems in medicine, such as the heart's electrical system and the human voice, as well as the weather and even the stock market

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