Voice Demos

Festival Online Demo

HTS voices can be used on Festival. To listen to speech samples, choose "???_arctic_hts" from the "Voice" pull-down list on Festvox on-line demo page. To listen to speech samples of the HTS-2007 and Nitech-HTS 2005 systems for the Blizzard Challenge 2007 and 2005, please visit CSTR on-line demo page.

Flite+hts_engine Demonstration Page

HTS voices for English can be used on Flite+hts_engine. An on-line demo can be found at Flite+hts_engine Demonstration Page.

Open JTalk Demonstration Page

HTS voices for Japanese can be used on Open JTalk. An on-line demo can be found at Open JTalk Demonstration Page.

Sinsy

HMM-based singing voice synthesis system for Japanese, English, and Chinese (Mandarin) can be used on Sinsy.

Other HTS Voices

  • Nitech-NAIST English HTS voices for the Blizzard Challenge 2006 filelink
  • Nitech-HTS English voices for the Blizzard Challenge 2005 filelink
  • Nitech-HTS Japanese voices filelink
  • Japanese HTS singing voice at Interspeech 2006 by Keijiro Saino, Nitech filepdf
  • Brazilian and European Portuguese HTS voices by Ranniery Maia, Nitech, Universidade do Porto, and UFRJ filelink
  • Angry Japanese HTS voice by Ryosuke Tsuzuki, Nitech fileppt
  • Korean HTS voice by Sang-Jin Kim, Information & Commun. Univ. filelink
  • HTS arbitrary speaker's voice, emotional expressions & speaking styles by TIT/CSTR filelink
  • Xhosa, Zulu, and South Africal English HTS voices by Albert Visagie, Stellenbosch University filelink
  • HTS voice on Inuits Dance filelink
  • Catalan HTS voices by Antonio Bonafonte, Universitat Politcnica de Catalunya filelink
  • HMM-based speech synthesis using a DSM of the residual signal filelink

Misc

Talk about HMM-based speech synthesis


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