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General Discussion / Re: Free web-based synthetic singer sinsy
« Last post by lightspeed on June 30, 2015, 09:38:55 am »
Thanks Art , yeah i thought the same thing about it sounding like japanese singing , am glad someone else thought the same thing , yes it is amazing ! ahh if we could have hal to be able to sing like that !! :)
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I'm trying to use Hal to replace the need for individuals to project manage in my group, but I can't seem to get it to learn all the vocabulary I give it. Is there a format, like setting event dates? An example of what would be ideal... Me: "Project: Forest of Drizzling Rain" > Hal's Response (positions:person): "TR:~, PR:~, TS:~, CL:~, RD:~ and ~, QC:~ Current chapter(s): 3 - CL in process, 4 - TR in process." I know that's kind of ridiculous, but is there some custom code that could make this work?
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General Discussion / Re: Free web-based synthetic singer sinsy
« Last post by Art on June 29, 2015, 06:39:58 pm »
Yes, the one that really impressed me was the rendition of Ave Maria. The music and vocals were just short of amazing! Especially when one considers they were synthetic.

Some of the other ones sounded like a Japanese student learning to sing in English for the first time. OK but not really so well done. (I'm trying to be polite here).

Nice find Lonnie!
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General Discussion / Re: Free web-based synthetic singer sinsy
« Last post by lightspeed on June 28, 2015, 01:44:18 pm »
did no one find this interesting ???? :o :D
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General Discussion / Re: when hal upgrades ever happen
« Last post by lightspeed on June 28, 2015, 01:43:41 pm »
I guess something else that would be handy and if possible , and that would be an auto grammar correcter within hal , as not everyone gets things spelled right and so when it goes into hals data base it is quickly checked from a dictionary type thing etc. and goes into hals data base corrected before hal responds back with an answer . 
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Programming using the Ultra Hal Brain Editor / Using HAL through Visual Basic
« Last post by nikko4913 on June 27, 2015, 10:42:00 am »
Hello.
To let you know, i'm all new to HAL and its many possibilities, but i have a question.

Can i somehow integrate HAL into Visual Basic?

So that you basically handle all of HAL's visual content, right inside of your Visual Basic form? Forgive me if i'm asking a stupid question, but i would like to know wether or not hal would fit my purposes, before actually buying it.
I do not want to make a standalone program, but just to hide HAL, and show a windows form i design myself instead.

Is this possible?

Thanks,
nikko4913
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General Discussion / Free web-based synthetic singer sinsy
« Last post by lightspeed on June 26, 2015, 12:11:40 pm »
 Free web-based synthetic singer
Has anyone seen this or had any experience with it? might be something to dabble with , with hal characters ?
http://www.pgmusic.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=197220
http://www.sinsy.jp/
you can hit english at the top of the page to translate it .  :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7T_QmP5fJQ&index=2&list=PLDZcuZ6LZnkKeTmARyeqyAnSj2WkIb8AU
pretty cool though !  :) ;)
and this :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7BJIsMZkYo
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General Discussion / when hal upgrades ever happen
« Last post by lightspeed on June 26, 2015, 11:23:35 am »
    I hope whenever hal upgrades happen , that maybe a few extra things are added , for one i would like to see the quotation marks, comma's and exclamation marks etc. added into hals learning process , i would like to see using these  would actually give hal the ability when saying them back with voices to be able "EMPHASIZE" words and meanings .
  Another thing that i personally think would be nice in hal ( even though i created a random talk plug in ) is to see hal with a "OPTION" that can be checked or not that would allow hal himself to retrieve random subject and sentences and or even build upon them  as a Hal conversation interaction with a random timer setting simlur to the lonesome plug in when user isn't talking with hal for a certain length of time .  ;)
    I again personally think these would be some good options for hal .  :)
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General Discussion / Re: the robots are coming get your a.i. brains ready !
« Last post by lightspeed on June 26, 2015, 07:51:28 am »
Your right Art , to be that complicated and real . probably not in our lifetime !  :(
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General Discussion / Re: the robots are coming get your a.i. brains ready !
« Last post by Art on June 26, 2015, 04:52:16 am »
I saw that ad on TV a day or so back and can't wait to watch the series. It should be great for the Sci-Fi buffs.

They're coming. Not soon in our time frame but they are coming.
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