Abdelgawad Eb. Taher

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New refinement schemes for voice conversion are proposed in this paper. We take mel-frequency cepstral coefficients (MFCC) as the basic feature and adopt cepstral mean subtraction to compensate the channel effects. We propose S/U/V (Silence/Unvoiced/Voiced) decision rule such that two sets of codebooks are used to capture the difference between unvoiced and(More)
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