A few days ago, the Miselu Neiro (portable music device) was featured in the recently held Google I/O 2012 in San Francisco. It is a Gingerbread powered device that allows users to customize applications including a wide variety of sound effects that made possible by a DSP chip. The company announced the two newest prototype applications especially designed for Miselu platform. The two apps were the Yamaha’s Vocaloid and the Polysix app of Korgs.
First off, the Vocaloid is a vocalizing synthesizer highly developed by Yamaha that applies language programming to entwine and process voiced fragments evoked from human voice. It also lets the NSX-1 powered musical instrument to create a genuine computer-generated singing voice with text-lyrics capabilities.
Meanwhile, the Polysix is a six voice software synthesizer made for PC and Mac OS is likewise highly common due to its unique sound. Polysix application most likely revives Korg’s legendary synth, famed for its rich and deep analog sound. Polysix is a platform that is absolutely tailored for synthesizer use with low remission music playback stationed on their great MusicSDK. It also has an extensive multi-touch display and a musical keyboard that totally brings your music experience to a whole new level.
With these current developed applications the Miselu synth is totally lay out for music creation. Stay tuned.