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singin' cosonants N or M  
« on: Nov 23rd, 2002, 4:12am »
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Hi,can anyone help me to solve my roblem: I have whole note(4/4) sing a vord "son". What I would like to do that first 1/4 note sing a vord"son" and the rest of the whole note, which is the 3/4 note would sing consonant "n". Would it posibile?
   Thank you.   Henry
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« Reply #1 on: Nov 23rd, 2002, 9:27am »
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try splitting your note into two parts of equal pitch...
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« Reply #2 on: Nov 23rd, 2002, 2:53pm »
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Sorry. Olivier it does not work. Thank you.  Henry
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Re: singin' cosonants N or M  
« Reply #3 on: Nov 23rd, 2002, 5:46pm »
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What happen ?
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Re: singin' cosonants N or M  
« Reply #4 on: Nov 24th, 2002, 6:05am »
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I assume that this is the English "son," which rhymes with the English "sun."
 
Simply breaking the word into so-n with 1/4 and 3/4 notes does not work as intended. I tried a number of other methods. After some experimentation, SAMPA notation produced the best results. Try this:
 
so[#sV] n[#nn]
 
Notice that the first syllable does not have the "n'." Also notice that the second syllable has "nn" rather than a single "n." Apparently, if only one "n" is used (even in SAMPA), then the consonant is cut short. Using a second phoneme (in this case, another "n") works to prolong the sound.
 
I found out that SAMPA [#N] will prolong without needing an additional phoneme. But the sound is wrong, of course.
 
If you do not like the slight hesitation between syllables, try using two voices, with one beginning [#nn] before the first finishes [#sV].
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Re: singin' cosonants N or M  
« Reply #5 on: Nov 24th, 2002, 9:31am »
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Yes, Robert_A is right.
 
You can also keep a whole note, and write  
"son[sonnnnn]" with as many "n" as needed to fill in 1/4 note.
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« Reply #6 on: Nov 24th, 2002, 4:10pm »
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Thank you Robert A. and Olivier very much.  Henry
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