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Methods for Voice Conversion

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Course by: Gina Upperman. E-mail the author

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Summary: This course explores methods in signal processing to perform voice conversion: producing the words from one speaker in the voice of another. This is the Elec 301 project of Justin Chen, Matthew Hutchinson, Gina Upperman, and Brian VanOsdol.

Institution: Rice University

This collection contains: Modules by: Brian Van Osdol, Gina Upperman, Justin Chen, Matthew Hutchinson.

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