Here is video of Cliff's presentation.
Identifying Spectral Excess in Musical Sounds
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Get out the headphones for this one.
Then check out
Spectral Identification. Another page in the wiki that has written notes and some sound clips to help you identify some of the key terms Cliff uses in the video.
Another great tool ST.
Thanks for making it so easily accessible. I’ve got this on “my favorites” for quick reference.
What a great tutorial Cliff.
I watched and listened to a bit of this (first experience for me!) and although it's obvious that the camera-mic is on a mighty AGC processor (background noise swoops up heavily between phrases), it's amazing how much of this presentation gets through to the listener. You can actually hear a lot of the spectral differences. Also, I think the camera was in the back of the room so it's pretty impressive how the L1 sounds so close.
I'm listening on Bose TriPorts, very normal-sounding. Some phones (my Sony's) are much brighter, so be careful. Actaully it's the differences that matter, so from this standpoint it doesn't matter. I wish we had recorded right off the L1, in mono. Nevertheless, this is probably pretty useful.
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