Monthly Archives: July 2016

Ranking Transitions

One of the tasks of synSinger is to transition between phonemes in a realistic manner. This is done by inserting a transition phoneme between all phonemes, which interpolates from the end targets of the prior phoneme to the start targets … Continue reading

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The Voicebar

The “voicebar” is a low-frequency pitched sound that accompanies voiced phonemes, typically in the range of F1 (the first formant). However, it’s correlated to the F0 (fundamental frequency), not the F1. The voicebar is most visible during voiced consonants such … Continue reading

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Working on Phonemes

I’m slowly working my way through the set of consonants. Most of the consonants fall into one of four general types: Stop Consonant /b, ch, d, g, j, k, p, t/ Fricative /dh, f, s, sh, v, z, zh/ Nasal … Continue reading

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Porting to Lua

I don’t particularly enjoy coding in C, so for the latest rewrite of synSinger I decided to try writing to another language. I wanted a language that could run multiple platforms without trouble, wouldn’t require a lot of work for … Continue reading

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