What Happens When a Jazz Musician Accidentally Texts His Wife with Voice Recognition…While Playing the Trombone




 

A couple of days ago, Paul Nowell (aka Paul the Trombonist) sent out this simple tweet, showing what happened when his iPhone’s voice recognition system happened to capture his trombone session and turned it into words. The tweet went viral. And now, 65,000 “Retweets” and 198,000 “Likes” later, you can see how the original recording session went down. Enjoy the demo below:

 

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