[PD] formant synthesis
root at 0x09.com
Fri Oct 31 01:49:00 CET 2003
Yeah, I found that and got all excited. But when I tried to compile (Bloodshed Dev C++) it I got 100 different errors. I didn't really take the time to do it properly, so if you know that it will compile under Windows I'll give it a more concerted effort. One more reason I need to start dual booting.
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: [PD] formant synthesis
> From: "Bryan Jurish" <moocow at ling.uni-potsdam.de>
> Date: Thu, October 30, 2003 4:35 pm
> To: root at 0x09.com
> Cc: pd-list at iem.at
> moin moin,
> On 30 October 2003 at 13:07:40, 0 appears to have written:
> > Yeah, I'd be interested in seeing what some people have been up to
> in the New England US area, seems like a lot of you are in Europe.
> > Additionally, I was wondering if there is any documentation for
> Yves' formant~ external. I don't even know what each of the ports
> does... I know it needs 4 parameters, but don't know what types or
> what for. Does anyone know of a reference I could look at to use that
> extern to create a full vocal synth patch? I know formant synthesis is
> the basis for that, but don't know where to go from there.
> I'd also be interested in documentation for Yves' [formant~] object,
> since I have been too lazy to find, acquire, and study the Smets
> If you're just interested in vocal synthesis, you might want to
> check out "ratts" -- available at:
> ... it includes a formant synth (klatt~) written entirely
> in C, as well as various other text-to-speech goodies.
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