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Let's say I have two different people saying the same phrase with the same intonation.

If I somehow measure the difference between those two recordings, can I obtain this difference in such a form, that I could apply a function of this difference to any other phrase said by one of these people to make it sound like that of the other?

For example, if I have Paul Mccartney and Michael Jackson say the same phrase, can I then make a Paul Mccartney song sound like it's sung by Michael Jackson (forget about background music)?

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