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Continuous score-coded pitch correction

Salazar, Spencer; Fiebrink, Rebecca A.; Wang, Ge; Ljungstrom, Mattias; Smith, Jeffrey C.; Cook, Perry R. 2015. Continuous score-coded pitch correction. US 9147385 B2.

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Abstract or Description

Vocal musical performances may be captured and continuously pitch-corrected at a mobile device for mixing and rendering with backing tracks in ways that create compelling user experiences. In some cases, the vocal performances of individual users are captured in the context of a karaoke-style presentation of lyrics in correspondence with audible renderings of a backing track. Such performances can be pitch-corrected in real-time at the mobile device in accord with pitch correction settings. In some cases, such pitch correction settings code a particular key or scale for the vocal performance or for portions thereof. In some cases, pitch correction settings include a score-coded melody sequence of note targets supplied with, or for association with, the lyrics and/or backing track. In some cases, pitch correction settings are dynamically variable based on gestures captured at a user interface.

Item Type:

Patent

Identification Number (DOI):

US 9147385 B2

Additional Information:

Assignee: Smule, Inc., San Francisco, California (USA)

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Computing
Computing > Embodied AudioVisual Interaction Group (EAVI)

Date:

29 September 2015

Item ID:

17620

Date Deposited:

01 Apr 2016 13:13

Last Modified:

12 Jul 2018 04:49

URI:

http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/17620

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