BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Garianno Lorenzo will be releasing cloning technology with results so identical it fooled a forensic scientist.
Garianno Lorenzo will be launching "Uncore Sound Alchemy" - a technology based venture. Garianno Lorenzo is releasing a new software/hardware that will allow the user to create original audio authorships of any living or deceased person. The first version of the software to be released will be available under selective limited license only, according to the developers. The buzz heard around programmers in-the-know is that the user would be able to capture into the hardware a short sampling of any live or recorded person's voice, the software would then create an algorithm of that person's human voice box - allowing the user of the software to type the words, statements, speeches or singing into the software that the user would like the sampled voice to say or sing. According to Garianno Lorenzo, it will produce a flawless composition of whatever that user typed, while eliminating static and background noise from the source sample.
Computerized beta tests of this software/hardware combination have produced a scientifically and mathematically identical clone of that human's voice according to sources. So identical, it's reported that it fooled forensic audio specialists, and was completely indiscernible to the human ear. Garianno Lorenzo explains that tests were done using voice samples of Michael Jackson & John Lennon to create a music duet of the two iconic legends singing a new song composition that neither had ever sang before, without infringing on any copyrighted statements, passages or phrases that the two artist had ever used before. "It was a completely new original authorship, sang flawlessly in their original voices for the first time ever, by these two singers, years after their deaths" stated Garianno Lorenzo.
According to Lorenzo, tests were also done using voice samples from several unnamed prominent high-profile deceased historical figures from the 1960's; forensic tests showed identical matches in their voices" said Lorenzo. He continued to state, "A conversation between two of these powerful men was created completely within the software, a conversation that never took place but mathematically matches their voices perfectly, and sounds to the human ear exactly like the two men did have this conversation. This software would allow the user to make anyone say or sing anything, without limitation".
Other software already exists in the marketplace, which does something remotely similar to what Lorenzo's passion project will do, but does not come close to the capability and possibilities of Lorenzo's software. Legendary film critic Roger Ebert, on the Oprah Winfrey Show demonstrated the existing technology, but Garianno Lorenzo promises that his new technology will go far beyond the capability of any current software in this realm, once released.
Garianno Lorenzo is working with Tolga Katas, and a team of programmers from around the globe, rumored to include legends like: John "Captain Crunch" Draper and Kevin Mitnick amongst others. This is the same Tolga Katas that had Steve Wozniak of Apple Computers on the board of his former company. Katas is known for pushing the envelope of innovation. Lorenzo has worked secretly on this technology, and has never issued a press release - until now.
Garianno Lorenzo believes that this type of technology is the future of the music and film industry. It reportedly gives the artist the ability to sing a duet of a completely new song with any deceased recording artist. Once released, this could open up creativity to limitless possibilities and it could destroy the laws of copyright infringement as currently written. Lorenzo states, "This is about the freedom of personal expression, our cherished first amendment".
Garianno Lorenzo confirms that the marketing name of the software, when released will be named FOE (Freedom Of Expression). Welcome to the brave new world, order.
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