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mtumut

Tonal Copy of a Low Action Flamenco Guitar with DSP
« on: February 16, 2007, 02:54:22 PM »
I listened mp3s of several best known guitars at below listed address.
http://www.zavaletas-guitarras.com/files/gallery.htm
Some flamenco guitars impressed me very much. If you listen below listed mp3 , you find it is totally different from others.
http://www.zavaletas-guitarras.com/06ManuelLopezbellidoF.mp3
I need a dsp unit which will transform cheap guitar to this expensive one .
There are several attemps to do this. MIT digital stradivari project , wessel from cnmat with neural networks solution and others. These are very much mathematically intense and heavy hardware projects.
I looked ossiloscope view of lopez mp3 at winamp and there was small regular and widely spread wave form trains on big horizontal  waves like tube amp chirp or sawtooth.
At least , how can I understand how low action strings - at dsp view - causes to flamenco guitar sound at ossiloscope . - they say it is about fret and string interaction cause of less distance between them at flamenco guitars.-
After I extract the juice from mp3 , may be i can add it to cheap guitar?

Mustafa Umut Sarac

RaceDriver205

Re: Tonal Copy of a Low Action Flamenco Guitar with DSP
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2007, 03:37:04 AM »
Er... No. None of that is possible. If you want your guitar to sound expensive like a flemenco guitar, you need a real flamenco guitar.