* Voice Demos [#a16dd088]
 ** Festival Online Demo [#q86f36ba]
 > HTS voices can be used on [[Festival:http://www.festvox.org/festival/]]. To listen to speech samples, choose "???_arctic_hts" from the "Voice" pull-down list on [[Festvox on-line demo page:http://www.festvox.org/voicedemos.html]].  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:http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/morevoices.html]].
 ** Open JTalk Demonstration Page [#o48886ed]
 > HTS voices for Japanese can be used on [[Open JTalk>http://open-jtalk.sourceforge.net/]]. An on-line demo can be found at [[Open JTalk Demonstration Page>http://www.sp.nitech.ac.jp/demo/open_jtalk/]].
 ** Flite+hts_engine for Flash [#g52f6615]
 > HTS voices for English can be used on [[Flite+hts_engine>http://hts-engine.sourceforge.net/]]. An on-line demo can be found at [[Flite+hts_engine for Flash>http://www.furui.cs.titech.ac.jp/~dixonp/hts/]].
 //** [[GalateaTalk>http://hil.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~galatea/]] Demo [#k8f39986]
 //> HTS voices for Japanese can be used on [[GalateaTalk>http://hil.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~galatea/]]. An on-line demo can be found at [[GalateaTalk demo page:http://www.sp.nitech.ac.jp/~demo/gtalk/demo.php]]. [[GalateaTalk>http://hil.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~galatea/]] is a speech synthesis module in an open-source toolkit for anthropomorphic spoken dialogue agents developed in [[Galatea project:http://hil.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~galatea/]].
 ** Other HTS Voices [#z23c9a57]
 - Nitech-NAIST English HTS voices for the Blizzard Challenge 2006 &ref(http://hts.sp.nitech.ac.jp/nitech-naist-hts_blizzard2006,,link);
 - Nitech-HTS English voices for the Blizzard Challenge 2005 &ref(http://hts.sp.nitech.ac.jp/nitech-hts_blizzard2005,,link);
 - Nitech-HTS Japanese voices &ref(http://hts.sp.nitech.ac.jp/nitech-hts_blizzard2005_japanese,,link);
 - Japanese HTS singing voice at Interspeech 2006 by Keijiro Saino, Nitech &ref(http://www.sp.nitech.ac.jp/~tokuda/singing_voice.pdf,,pdf);
 - Brazilian and European Portuguese HTS voices by Ranniery Maia, Nitech, Universidade do Porto, and UFRJ &ref(http://www.sp.nitech.ac.jp/~maia/demo.html,,link);
 - Angry Japanese HTS voice by Ryosuke Tsuzuki, Nitech &ref(hts_angry_voice.ppt,,ppt);
 // - Swedish HMM-based Speech Synthesis by Anders Lundgren, KTH (Swedish) &ref(http://www.speech.kth.se/~anderslu/,,link);
 - Korean HTS voice by Sang-Jin Kim, Information & Commun. Univ. &ref(http://vega.icu.ac.kr/~sangjin/tts/index.htm,,link);
 - HTS arbitrary speaker's voice, emotional expressions & speaking styles
 by TIT/CSTR  &ref(http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/jyamagis/Demo-html/demo.html,,link);
 - Xhosa, Zulu, and South Africal English HTS voices by Albert Visagie, Stellenbosch University &ref(http://students.ee.sun.ac.za/~avisagie/tts/,,link);
 - HTS voice on Inuits Dance &ref(http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x47z0m_inuits-dance_music,,link);
 - Catalan HTS voices by Antonio Bonafonte, Universitat Politcnica de Catalunya &ref(http://www.talp.cat/festcat/download.php,,link);
 - HMM-based speech synthesis using a DSM of the residual signal &ref(http://tcts.fpms.ac.be/~drugman/SynthesisWithDSM/,,link);
 ** Misc [#zdbaa126]
 > Talk about HMM-based speech synthesis
 - Slides &ref(http://www.sp.nitech.ac.jp/~tokuda/tokuda_iscslp2006.pdf,,pdf);  (51 MB)
 - Demos &ref(http://www.sp.nitech.ac.jp/~tokuda/HTS_demo/index.html,,link);

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