Close Shadowing Natural Versus Synthetic Speech


Close shadowing experiments involving natural and synthetic stimuli are described. Preliminary results show that speakers are able to follow natural stimuli with an average delay of 70 ms whereas this delay typically exceeds 100 ms for stimuli produced by text-to-speech systems. A complementary experiment shows that this contrast is mainly due to the… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1021091720511


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