What would be hot hot hot would be full-blown speech recognition—not just testing to see if you're plausibly singing some expected lyrics, but an active attempt to detect and transcribe what you are singing. God, that'd be beautiful.
"When [Queen Elizabeth] saw William playing a game after lunch at Sandringham she thought the Nintendo looked tremendous fun and begged to join in.
'She played a simple ten-pin bowling game and by all accounts was a natural. It was hilarious.' William was in fits of laughter. He was enormously impressed at having such a cool gran."
Fonix ASR is in the recently released Rock Band (Harmonix/MTV Games/EAP for PS3, Xbox 360), winner of the most awards (three) in the 2007 Game Critics Awards contest.
Singing is described as more in-depth, with a phoneme detector picking up "individual vowels and consonants you say. Build up enough highly judged phrases and you'll be able to sing free-form. If you do well enough in free-form, then you'll trigger the vocalist's version of star power." ref
Fred's a creep.
Fred's a loser.
What the hell is Fred doing here?
Fred don't belong here.
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