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Make your copy sing
Sarah McCartney
Registered: 17/05/2006
Posts: 135
Posted on 07/02/2008 at 12:38

Yup, blame the site.

(I got a distinction for my Grade VIII music theory back in 1977 and some of it stuck.)

It sounds bloody awful because it's like putting a one legged cat  with no sense of rhythm on a keyboard and getting it to jump around a bit, but only on the white notes, but not staying nicely in the key of C, which could make it sounds OK. But doesn't. I could explain but I won't.

There's no time signature (no number of beats to the bar) and the random semi-quavers just make it sound as if you've tripped up a bit. Not your fault at all.

I bet I could set your words to music and make them sound lovely, but I would take longer than the website.

 


Chas Walton
Registered: 17/05/2006
Posts: 52
Posted on 01/02/2008 at 13:39

I wrote a (dreadful) poem earlier this week for a Valentine-themed mailshot. Wondered whether the music generator would pick up the rhythm. It didn't. If anything, the music is less appealing than the poem.


John Fountain
Registered: 01/02/2007
Posts: 32
Posted on 01/02/2008 at 10:34
Wow! Tried this with a Vodafone creative rationale and it came out sounding almost japanese. Just the effect i was after!!
Nick Asbury
Registered: 17/05/2006
Posts: 146
Posted on 31/01/2008 at 18:15

Came across this weird site that takes any paragraph of text and turns it into music. I tried out some copy I've been working on today and it sounded bloody awful. I'm blaming the site, obviously.

 

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