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In electrolaryngeal speech, an excitation signal is provided by means of a buzzer held against the neck which is usually operated at a constant frequency rate. While such Transcutaneous Artificial Larynges (TALs) provide a means for verbal communication for people who are unable to use their own, the monotone F0 pattern results in poor speech quality. In(More)
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