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Is it real, or is it ElectroStrad?

Very few violinists ever get to play a Stradivarius, but maybe they can still get the sound:

Researchers at Manchester University claim to have a solution for all those string players who wish their cheap violins could sound like a Strad.

According to an article in the London Guardian, the researchers have developed an electronic device that takes the violin sound picked up by a microphone and changes it electronically to provide the famous “Strad” tone.

Apparently the “Sound Wizard” can also remove background noise from recordings, scratches from LP sound, and improve the output from loudspeakers.improve the output from loudspeakers.

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