A mixed-source model for speech compression and synthesis

@inproceedings{Makhoul1978AMM,
  title={A mixed-source model for speech compression and synthesis},
  author={John Makhoul and R. Viswanathan and Richard M. Schwartz and A. W. F. Huggins},
  booktitle={ICASSP},
  year={1978}
}
This paper presents an excitation source model for speech compression and synthesis, which allows for a degree of voicing by mixing voiced (pulse) and unvoiced (noise) excitations in a frequency—selective manner. The mix is achieved by dividing the speech spectrum into two regions, with the pulse source exciting the low—frequency region and the noise source exciting the high—frequency region. A parameter Fc determines the degree of voicing by specifying the cut—off frequency between the voiced… CONTINUE READING

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