Syllabling on instrument imitation : case study and computational segmentation method

@inproceedings{Janer2007SyllablingOI,
  title={Syllabling on instrument imitation : case study and computational segmentation method},
  author={Jordi Janer and Alicia Pe{\~n}alba},
  year={2007}
}
Background in Audio Processing. Voice has been widely studied in the Audio Processing field, where researchers have principally addressed jointly analysis/synthesis with the aim of creating human-like singing synthesis. However, an appropriate analysis of the voice signal, let us also explore other musical uses. One example are voice-controlled digital synthesizers that use nonsense syllables. Looking at the literature, Sundberg [1] has studied the use of syllables in spontaneous nonsense text… CONTINUE READING

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