The best way to solve a crossword is by putting the pieces together.
But what if you can’t put together the pieces and can’t remember where the pieces are?
That’s where the Virtual Orchestra comes in.
The virtual orchestra is a digital voice, created by a team of experts, that can play music on top of the words and symbols on the board.
The virtual orchestra uses a combination of computer technology and sound effects to mimic the sound of an orchestra.
It’s like the sound effects in a live concert hall, with the added benefit of a human-like presence.
The Virtual Orchestra is currently available on the CBC app.
But the team says there’s more to come.
“We’re looking forward to continuing the development of the Virtual Orchestra, and hopefully this will be the next iteration in our series of virtual instruments that will allow users to immerse themselves in a classical symphony in a completely virtual space,” said co-founder and CEO and co-creator of the virtual orchestra Jason Coyle.