Toward the Perfect Audio Morph ? Singing Voice Synthesis and Processing

@inproceedings{Cook1998TowardTP,
  title={Toward the Perfect Audio Morph ? Singing Voice Synthesis and Processing},
  author={Perry R. Cook},
  year={1998}
}
This paper reviews the popular methods and models used for the synthesis of the singing voice, discussing strengths and weaknesses of each technique. Then a brief review is given of research on cross-modal visual/auditory perception of the human voice. The paper concludes with comments related to the singing synthesis systems discussed, addressing multi -modal perception, audio morphing, and the categorical perception of sound. 

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