On Tue, 2010-01-19 at 14:52 +0100, Lorenzo wrote:
The final CD will definitely be only her voice. She is perfectly capable
of recording unaccompanied but we may well play a simple MIDI piano
version of the melody into her phones to ensure accuracy of pitch.
> Or no accompaniment at all at any stage?
Darrow, A. A. (1990). The effect of frequency adjustment on the vocal
reproduction accuracy of hearing impaired children. Journal of Music
Therapy, 27, 24-33.
to see if it will help but the implication of the summaries I've seen
seems to lead us down the route of individually mastered CD's for each
child. That is a little beyond my abilities, the scope of the project
and the available information.
The repertoire will be nursery rhymes and childrens songs - I think
fairly uniform dynamics will be a useful thing to aim for.
> One other, maybe trivial, but often overlooked suggestion especially for
The end-user equipment is not likely to be of a high standard in many
cases and your point is a good one. There is unlikely to be much in the
way of EQ on the children's playback equipment - this is another reason
for trying to find out what would be appropriate at the
> It seems very interesting. Keep us updated :)
> Kind regards,
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