Sound examples
Examples using SMS tools
These sound examples were done using the SMS software that was running on NeXTStep in the early 1990s.
 Transformations from a singing voice
 Morphing using the STFT
 Transformations from a speech phrase
 Variations of a flute sound by Daniel Powell
 Various morphs
Examples from the PhD Thesis
All these examples are part of the PhD thesis and are described there.

Sound example 8: Guitar passage
 original sound
 deterministic synthesis
 stochastic synthesis
 deterministic plus stochastic synthesis
 frequency transposition by a factor of .3
 frequency transposition by .7 and stretching of partials
 compression of the frequency evolution
 inversion of the frequency evolution
 timevarying glissando and stretching of partials
 timevarying timescale
 time expansion by 2.3
 time expansion by 2.3 with timevarying timescale and stretching of partials
 time compression by .5 with timevarying timescale and stretching of partials
 time compression by .5 and frequency transposition by a factor of .4
 time compression by .5 and glissando down

Sound example 9: Speech phrase
 original sound
 frequency transposition by a factor of .6
 compression of the frequency evolution and frequency transposition by a factor of .4
 frequency transposition by .4 and stretching of partials
 timevarying glissando and stretching of partials
 timevarying timescale and timevarying compression of the frequency evolution
 from deterministic to stochastic signal
 time expansion by 3 of only stochastic component and timevarying timescale

Sound example 10: Conga passage
 original sound
 deterministic synthesis
 stochastic synthesis
 deterministic plus stochastic synthesis
 compression of the frequency evolution
 compression of the frequency evolution and frequency transposition by .3
 compression of the frequency evolution and frequency transposition by 2
 stretch partials
 glissando down
 glissando up
 timevarying change of noise component
 timevarying timescale
 timevarying timescale (inverse of previous example)
 timevarying timescale and timevarying stretch partials
 change of the frequency evolution
 inverse of the previous example
 time expansion by 3
 Sound example 12: Piano passage
 Sound example 14: Speechphrase hybridized with other sounds