Monthly Archives: March 2017

Click and Buzz

While the prototype voice synthesis using spectral envelopes is encouraging, there are still a lot of issues left to resolve. I tracked down a “click” in the output to sudden transitions in amplitude between frames. Amplitude and frequency are now … Continue reading

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Spectral Synthesis Revisited

I haven’t had a chance to get much coding done over the last couple months. However, I’ve been doing a lot of reading on various vocal synthesis technologies. I’d read quite a bit about spectral modeling synthesis (SMS) before, and … Continue reading

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Low-Budget Spectral Envelopes

Some time back I’d written some Java code that attempted to create a rough spectral envelope by picking the n highest point in an FFT. It was moderately successful, but I eventually decided to take the project down the synthesis … Continue reading

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