[LAU] Bpm detection/quantize

david gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Thu Feb 12 05:14:23 EST 2009

Fons Adriaensen wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 10:26:25AM +0100, Frank Barknecht wrote:
>> Oh, and btw: It's interesting that in this thread there are complains
>> when a computer is used to add a beat to music while in another thread
>> the addition of reverb to music seems to be no problem at all.
> It's two very different things really:
> Emulation of natural reverb can be compared to generating
> drum or percussion sounds electronically or by software.
> Which is quitea different from adding such sounds to music
> that doesn't have them, usually for good reasons.
>> I know a lot of natural rooms that give a much more beautiful
>> reverberation than any digital allpass network can generate. ;)
> So do I, and I usually also prefer real percussion over
> its synthesised version.

I always prefer real percussion over synthesized. Humans don't usually 
play music in rigid lock-step tempos, but with subtle changes as they go 
along that help produce the total effect of the music.

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