Yoshiki Nambu

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This paper presents a flexible voice morphing method based on conversion using a linear combination of multi-speakers' vocal tract area functions, in which phonological identity is maintained in terms of the overall interpolated area. In this system, the characteristic of vocal tract resonances is separated from that of glottal source waves using AR-HMM(More)
This paper presents a new voice morphing method which focuses on the continuity of phonological identity overall inter-and extrapolated regions. Main features of the method are 1) to separate the characteristic of vocal tract area resonances from that of vocal cord waves by using AR-HMM analysis of speech, 2) interpolation in a log vocal tract area function(More)
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