Process captures piano audio recreates original performance

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I just posted the article Process captures piano audio recreates original performance.

    This   is very unusual and makes us wonder what the possibilities could be in the  long term for restoring old recordings. But it's also one of those things  you would like to believe,...
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#2

Sounds like what they are doing is not recording at all. But using a synthetic piano program to “play” the piece based on the old recording. Sort of a new-fangled player piano. I can hear the artists and studios screaming already.


#3

I thought that’s what great masters and orchestra’s do now - listen to old recordings and either impart ‘their’ nuance on the music, or if restoration is the name of the game, copy it as best as possible. It seems this s/w claims to do that, but possibly adds some ‘timing variations’ in to mimic what it thinks occured initially. Hmm.