Title: F0 transformation within the voice conversion framework
Other Titles: Transformace F0 v Ăşloze konverze hlasu
Authors: Hanzlíček, Zdeněk
Matoušek, Jindřich
Citation: HANZLĂŤÄŚEK, ZdenÄ›k; MATOUĹ EK, JindĹ™ich. F0 transformation within the voice conversion framework.In: Proceedings of ICSPL 2007: 8th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association 2007, Antwerp, Belgium 27-31 August 2007. [Baixas]: ISCA, 2007, p. 1961-1964. ISSN 1990-9772.
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: ISCA
Document type: článek
article
URI: http://www.kky.zcu.cz/cs/publications/HanzlicekZ_2007_F0Transformation
http://hdl.handle.net/11025/17186
ISSN: 1990-9772
Keywords: hlasová konverze;transformace F0;reziduálnĂ­ predikce
Keywords in different language: voice conversion;F0 transformation;residual prediction
Abstract: V tomto ÄŤlánku je prezentováno nÄ›kolik experimentĹŻ ohlednÄ› transformace F0 v Ăşloze konverze hlasu. KonverznĂ­ systĂ©m je zaloĹľenĂ˝ na pravdÄ›podobnostnĂ­ transformaci parametrĹŻ a reziduálnĂ­ predikci. Celkem jsou zde porovnány 3 pravdÄ›podobnostnĂ­ metody pro transformaci F0.
Abstract in different language: In this paper, several experiments on f0 transformation within the voice conversion framework are presented. The conversion system is based on a probabilistic transformation of line spectral frequencies and residual prediction. Three probabilistic methods of instantaneous f0 transformation are described and compared. Moreover, a new modification of inter-speaker residual prediction is proposed which utilizes the information on target f0 directly during the determination of suitable residuum. Preference listening tests confirmed that this modification outperformed the standard version of residual prediction.
Rights: Â© ZbynÄ›k HanzlĂ­ÄŤek - JindĹ™ich Matoušek
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