Enhancement of Alaryngeal Speech Using Spectral Subtraction

Abstract

The transcervical electrolarynx is of great help to persons who cannot use their natural voice production mechanism. The device is held against the neck, and the vibrations generated move up the vocal tract to produce useful speech. The presence of background noise, caused by leakage of the acoustic energy from the vibrator, degrades the resulting speech… (More)

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