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Glissandoing

glis·san·do (gl -sän d ). n. pl.

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Subtractive synthesis examples 1) Basic variable-frequency filter
kcf expon 1, idur, ifr2/ifr1 ; freq glissando aflt reson ain 2) Glissandoing noise bands.
The Golden Ratio
generated upwardly glissandoing tones having each tone start so it is the golden ratio below the previous tone.
Subtractive Synthesis & Formant Synthesis
Produces “glissandoing” noise bands. It uses oscillators to produce a range of time variations in center frequency and bandwidth.
SYNTHESIZED SPEECH MUSIC by CHARLES DODGE IN
human vocal cords with one consisting of 64 sine tones glissandoing at different rates.
Nicolas Collins A Brief History of the 'Backwards Electric Guitar
glissandoing oscillator does the job in Lightning Strikes Not Once But Twice.

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"Delco Idol. Jr." Rd 4: Marianna Salz lauds Paul Mariani III's high-energy show
The little entertainer got the audience dancing in the aisles as he strutted across the stage and even glissandoing on accompanist Tom Fosnocht's piano as Fosnocht continued to play.

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Glissando - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In music, a glissando (plural: glissandi, abbreviated gliss.) is a glide from one pitch to another.
Photo - While performing "Rock 'N' Roll Is Here To Stay" from
Saxophone
Glissando-ing is relatively hard to master on the saxophone, mainly because the keys are set.
Ben's Journal
Feb 18, 2003 It is now generally agreed amongst scholars that Mahler intended some kind of glissando between the notes.
Subtractive synthesis examples 1) Basic variable-frequency filter
kcf expon 1, idur, ifr2/ifr1 ; freq glissando aflt reson ain 2) Glissandoing noise bands.

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