Scrambled Hacks

Submitted by: buddy 11 years ago in Tech

Pretty cool technology, definately post-modern.
There are 39 comments:
Female 1,199
That is pretty cool.
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Male 919
GENIUS...THIS IS AWESOME
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Male 38
For the people who dont understand:
Basically, it separates the song into tiny, tiny snippets. Then it analyzes the input (what you say into the mic) and finds the snippet that`s the closest to the input.
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Male 33
I`d say it was awesome, bu that wouldnt be saying enough, so im saying its m3g4 l33t h4X0|^Z!!!1!
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Male 139
This Was [spoiler]COOl[/spoiler]
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Female 370
I think it was good but the music examples at the end bored me...
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Male 244
intresting technology, but the music is just random sounds
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Male 737
[quote]On 3/24/2006 2:54:27 AM Jamaljones wrote: whoda thunk dit?[/quote]
[quote]On 3/24/2006 2:44:05 AM Jamaljones wrote: yo homes dat shiz is wak![/quote]
*resists urge to strangle jamaljones*

Anyways, that was pretty cool, the presenter dude was very odd though...

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Male 186
Thats pretty cool
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Male 2,567
[spoiler]wow[/spoiler]
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Female 92
i`d so do him
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Female 147
......hmmmm......wow......ok.......hmmmm......yeah.......
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Male 22
Just get a big library, and you can even mask your voice in another with enough words and if you`re careful enough to try to match your voice to theirs.

For example, get like a voice synthesizer in monotone, put samples into it, and speak through the synthesizer. That would be pretty cool. But also, there must be a whole lot of other uses for this kind of thing.

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Female 335
very interesting concept.

Imagine what something may sound like with a larger sound database?

Certainly there has to be another application, the need for it just hasn`t risen yet.

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Male 79
headwound, Trent (NIN) most likely used the audio to a music video and used the recorded time code to order the pieces of video screwed in the song. Still very cool, but couldn`t have been pulled off in real-time as this video shows.
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Male 559
the band nine inch nails did this to one of their songs all the way back in 1992, how they got their hands on this technology more than a decade ago is beyond me
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Male 79
I`ve used programs that recognize and identify musical phrases and similarities between compositions; technology that can identify a similar beat (much smaller than a phrase) within a single musical selection in real time is beyond amazing. Something like this might be useful in music hit and popularity analysis (with the aid of a few dozen Cray supercomputers).
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Female 178
Subliminal Messaging: Taken to another level

[spoiler]No, really, I thought it was quite ingenious of him. Although I don`t see a use for it unless you`re a DJ:-? [/spoiler]

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Female 145
that was boring
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Male 289
The technology is pretty darn wicked awesome... not a fan of the music it makes, but man, could have some pretty other tweaked out uses.
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Male 1,425
andd wtf? how is this cool..
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Male 1,526
ummm......that sounded like poo!
i dont see any use for it. it only converts poo to crapp.
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Male 88
This guy is clearly a genius
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Male 2,720
he`s gotta get some manilow or humperdink into his database, pronto.
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Male 213
The guy was definately smart, and the process was cool, but the end product was garbage.
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Male 2,703
its nothing but "chop and screwed" only done the CORRECT way :-D...was that michael jackson that ran across his house at the end?
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Male 651
haha wideo
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Male 145
interesting idea
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Male 1,030
bfd
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Male 888
Earache more than half the time.
I guess it matters what songs they.. mess up.
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Male 34
there`s an old saying: dumb teenage bimbos don`t understand things even when someone explains them to them bit by bit with illustrations.
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Female 158
i don`t get it
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Male 606
shvell i shink zat waz quite amazing....that guys accent made it pretty funny...and the fact that it looked like he was about to fall asleep. That pretty crazy tho...i didnt understand it at all when he was explaining it...but oh well...i got the general idea.
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Male 224
it sounds weird if you use it the first way, but when he used the program as a dj-ing thing without the disk that was awesome
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Male 167
This guy is a genius
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Male 48
whoda thunk dit?
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Male 139
That is some crazy $#!+
But half the time it sounds awful.
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Male 48
yo homes dat shiz is wak!
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Male 10,115
Link: Scrambled Hacks [Rate Link] - Pretty cool technology, definately post-modern.
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