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speech.zone - all about speech – speech.zone Home Posts Signals Synthesis Probability Models Recognition Courses Speech Processing Speech Synthesis See all courses… Exercises Festival Digit recogniser Unit selection voice See all exercises… Forums Privacy policy About You are here:Home Simon January 2, 2016 Interactive unit selection Just a toy demo, but should give you some idea of how unit selection waveform generation works. Click with your mouse to choose a candidate diphone from each column, then the corresponding synthesised waveform will appear. You can click on the synthesised waveform to hear it again. Try to obtain the most natural-sounding synthesis by trying many different permutations of candidates from those available. Continue Reading Filed Under: Synthesis Tagged With: interactive, waveform generation Simon October 31, 2015 The speed of sound At the Parque de las Ciencias in Granada, Spain there is this long tube, open at the end nearest you and closed at the far end. We can calculate the length of this tube just from the audio recording, because we know the speed of sound. Here’s the waveform of part of the recording, showing […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Signals Tagged With: video, Wavesurfer Simon October 30, 2015 Wave propagation on the surface of water At the Alhambra (Granada, Spain) I saw this nice example of waves from a point source propagating in all directions at a fixed speed. Continue reading... Filed Under: Signals Tagged With: video Simon February 1, 2015 Autocorrelation for estimating F0 Most methods for estimating F0 start from autocorrelation. The idea is pretty simple: we are just looking for a repeating pattern in the waveform, which corresponds to the periodic vocal fold activity. For some waveforms, it might be possible to do that directly in the time domain, but in general that doesn’t work very well. […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Signals Tagged With: spreadsheet, video Simon November 23, 2014 The Gaussian probability density function: understanding the equation The equation for the Gaussian probability density function looks a little scary at first, but this video should help you understand what each of the terms is doing, and how they fit together. After watching the video download the spreadsheet which shows the calculations and plots from this video (tip: the Apple Numbers.app version includes images […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Probability Tagged With: equations, spreadsheet, video Simon November 15, 2014 Token passing Token passing is a really nice way to understand (and even to implement) Viterbi search for Hidden Markov Models. Here we see token passing in action, and you can look at the spreadsheet to see the calculations. To keep things simple, we are ignoring transition probabilities in this example. It would be simple to add them […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Models, Recognition Tagged With: HMMs, spreadsheet, video Simon October 25, 2014 A super-simple speech recogniser We make what is possibly the world’s simplest speech recognition system. It can only recognise two different words, but will help you understand the basic idea of pattern recognition using template matching. The templates are just pre-recorded words, with known labels. The features extracted are just two formant frequencies in the middle of the word, […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Recognition Tagged With: equations, Wavesurfer Simon October 18, 2014 TD-PSOLA …the hard way Time-Domain Pitch Synchronous Overlap and Add (TD-PSOLA) can modify the fundamental frequency and duration of speech signals, without affecting the segment identity – that is, without changing the formants. Normally, it’s an automatic algorithm, but here we do it the hard way – by hand! If you want to follow-along, you will need Audacity and these materials (a […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Signals, Synthesis Tagged With: Audacity, video, waveform generation Simon October 12, 2014 Entropy: understanding the equation The equation for entropy is very often presented in textbooks without much explanation, other than to say it has the desired properties. Here, I attempt an informal derivation of the equation starting from uniform probability distributions. A good way to think about information is in terms of sending messages. In the video, we send messages […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Probability Tagged With: entropy, equations, video Simon October 11, 2014 A simple synthetic vowel Using Praat, we synthesise a simple vowel-like sound, starting with a pulse train, which we pass through a filter with resonant peaks. Continue reading... Filed Under: Synthesis Tagged With: praat, video Simon October 11, 2014 Pipeline architecture for TTS Most text-to-speech systems split the problem into two main stages. The first stage is called the front end and contains many separate processes which gradually build up a linguistic specification from the input text. The second stage typically uses language-independent techniques (although they still require a language-specific speech corpus) to generate a waveform. Here we see those two […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Synthesis Tagged With: front end, video, waveform generation Simon October 11, 2014 Aliasing In sampling and quantisation we saw that sampling a signal at a fixed rate means that there is an upper limit on the frequencies that can be represented. This limit is called the Nyquist frequency. Before sampling a signal, we must remove all energy above the Nyquist frequency, and here we will see what would […] Continue reading... Filed Under: Signals Tagged With: video 1 2 Next Page ? Search this site Log In Username: Password: Remember Me Log In Lost Password Posts Interactive unit selection The speed of sound Wave propagation on the surface of water Autocorrelation for estimating F0 The Gaussian probability density function: understanding the equation Latest Activity Festival's pitch marking vs pitch tracking reply by Simon 2 weeks ago decision tree in ASF reply by Simon 2 weeks ago Citing pages of a book reply by Simon 2 weeks ago Appendix reply by Simon 3 weeks ago Building a voice with OOV words 3 weeks ago size of the database 3 weeks ago Q in make_initial_phone_labs reply by Simon 4 weeks ago Small differences between voices 1 month ago Response to class feedback of 2017-02-28 reply by Tom N 1 month ago Vocoder: how we can evaluate the performance of a vocoder reply by Jiewen Z 1 month ago Can we absorb the process of alignment into the DNN training process? reply by Felipe E 1 month ago Epoch detection reply by Simon 1 month ago Hybrid model: where does the improvement come from? reply by Simon 1 month ago Comb Filtering reply by Simon 1 month ago Automatic speech systhesis evaluation with ASR system reply by Jiewen Z 2 months ago Return to top of page Copyright ? 2017 · Balance Theme on Genesis Framework · WordPress · Log in This website uses cookies to improve your experience. 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