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Software Review: Cognicity AudioKey 1.0 (Part 5)

If you've read this far, you deserve to at least have the chance of hearing the song...if you're a parent, you'll definitely get a kick out of it! Click here for RealAudio, or here for the Windows Media version (you'll need the new Microsoft Media Player beta). Yes, that's me on guitar, bass, and MIDI drums, my wife Susan on vocals (the real one is in the right channel, all the others are synthesized), and my son Steven doing everything else. Originally recorded on a TASCAM 424, mixed to HiFi VHS, digitized in Sound Forge XP, and converted to streaming format using Sonic Foundry's Streaming Anywhere. And yes, there's a message encoded in it...what's the matter, can't hear it? :-) (If you want to hear some encoded classical music in a real live WAV file, click here) [ Click here to return to the beginning of the article ]


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