[hts-users:03109] Re: Issue in hts synthesized alice samples
- Subject: [hts-users:03109] Re: Issue in hts synthesized alice samples
- From: Xi Wang <vancycn@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 6 Nov 2011 18:02:50 +0800
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I think the problem of /r/ may be complicated for many languages. However, you can try to improve the phoneme related context and questions, and extracted pitch / spectrum parameters.
On Sun, Nov 6, 2011 at 12:15 PM, Anil John M <aniljohn80@xxxxxxxxx>
I have used HTS demo scripts to build a voice for my language. When I listened to the hts-engine synthesized alice samples, I could observe that, where ever the phoneme /r/ appeared, synthesized speech was highly buzzy. Please suggest me how can to address this issue.
- [hts-users:03110] Re: Issue in hts synthesized alice samples, Nicholas Volk
- [hts-users:03108] Issue in hts synthesized alice samples, Anil John M