Monthly Archives: September 2016

Back to Samples

After working through a number of consonants, I’ve gone back and compared the synthesized consonants to synthesis using sampled consonants. Unsurprisingly, the sampled consonants are better, and I’m having a tough time justifying synthesizing them. So I think I’ll fall … Continue reading

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Special K

I’ve been working my way through the voiced and unvoiced fricatives, and have what (to my ears) sound like passable versions, with the exception of the /ZH/, which sounds sub-par. Problems with the /P/ and /T/ are detailed in a … Continue reading

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Working with Plosives

After a number of iterations I’ve finally got something that works for plosives. Similar to early version of Klaat, I can trigger a  white noise “burst” of fixed duration (about 5ms) that’s sent down the frication branch. One of the … Continue reading

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