I am currently in an exciting trip of rediscovering the Chant Library.
There is a class “phoneme” which can create a phoneme sound by the transition between two vowels.
In the tutorial patches, the parameter of the phoneme “B” and “M” was included, it works very well.
I am really curious, if somebody already did the experiments with the other phonemes? (t / h / f / s …)
In addition, about the algorithms, I have seen that the keyword argument :freq :amp and :bw accept a bpf with the values between 0 and 1. Does it mean that: the x value (0 - 1) is related to the duration of the transition, and the y value (0 - 1) is related to the interpolation of the parameter between the first event and the second event?
The third question is:
Some of the phonemes contain a lot of formantic noise, like “H” “T” “F”. For the noise, we may need to use another patch in chant, I guess it is the fof + [noise => filter]. I would like to know, if anybody already do the similar things and if it works well with the phoneme class?
Thank you for any thinking, example, suggestion and help!