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PRMU, IBISML, IPSJ-CVIM [detail] 2023-03-03
Hokkaido Future University Hakodate
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Parallel-Data-Free Japanese Singer Conversion using CycleGAN Considering Perceptual Loss in Singing Phoneme Sequences
Kanade Gemmoto, Nobutaka Shimada, Tadashi Matsuo (Ritsumeikan Univ)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
SP, IPSJ-SLP, EA, SIP [detail] 2023-02-28
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Singing voice synthesis based on a frame-driven attention mechanism considering vocal timing deviation
Miku Nishihara, Yukiya Hono, Kei Hashimoto, Yoshihiko Nankaku, Keiichi Tokuda (NITech)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
SP, IPSJ-SLP, EA, SIP [detail] 2023-03-01
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Choral Singing Voice Synthesis with Fundamental Frequency Modulation
Sora Miyazawa, Anan Kikuchi, Daisuke Saito, Nobuaki Minematsu (UTokyo)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
SP, IPSJ-MUS, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2022-06-17
Online Online Examination of "sasae-naosu" technique in opera singing using real-time MRI
Natsuki Toda, Hironori Takemoto (CIT), Jun Takahashi (OUA), Seiji Adachi (TGU) SP2022-9
Amazing rich voice of opera singers could be acquired by developing sophisticated control of the diaphragm and chest. T... [more] SP2022-9
EA, ASJ-H 2021-07-16
Online Online A Singing Pitch Display System on an Electronic Keyboard
Ayato Kurokawa, Orie Doeda, Masanao Yamada (NIT, Kushiro College) EA2021-12
This study aims to develop a system that assists the hearing impaired to sing in correct pitch. Every year, a certain nu... [more] EA2021-12
- 2020-12-17
Online Online Speaker verification system using singing voice
Yui Moriyama, Yasuo Horiuchi, Shingo Kuroiwa (Chiba Univ.)
We propose to use a singing voice of one or two phrases in a speaker verification system. The system consists of a tradi... [more]
(Joint) [detail]
Tokyo NHK Science & Technology Research Labs. A comparison of neural vocoders in singing voice synthesis
Sota Wada, Yukiya Hono, Shinji Takaki, Kei Hashimoto, Keiichiro Oura, Yoshihiko Nankaku, Keiichi Tokuda (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.) SP2019-42
In this study, we compare five types of vocoders based on neural networks (neural vocoders) for singing voice synthesis.... [more] SP2019-42
SP 2018-08-27
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. [Invited Talk] Interface Development and Visualization Based on Information Processing for Music and Singing Voices
Tomoyasu Nakano (AIST) SP2018-31
Technologies to automatically understand music and singing voices make it possible to develop intelligent systems that s... [more] SP2018-31
SP, SIP, EA 2017-03-01
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center [Poster Presentation] Influence of the Fletcher effect, the Lombard effect and the high-pass filtered auditory feedback on singing voice
Satoshi Iijima, Shunsuke Ishimitsu, Masashi Nakayama (Hiroshima City Univ.) EA2016-106 SIP2016-161 SP2016-101
We investigated the influences of the Fletcher effect, the Lombard effects and the high-pass filtered auditory feedback ... [more] EA2016-106 SIP2016-161 SP2016-101
SP 2017-01-21
Tokyo The University of Tokyo [Poster Presentation] A Study on Singer-Independent Singing Voice Conversion Using Read Speech Based on Neural Network
Harunori Koike, Takashi Nose, Akinori Ito (Tohoku Univ.) SP2016-67
There is a problem that the conventional method requires the speech of the source speaker for training. We proposed a me... [more] SP2016-67
EA, ASJ-H, IPSJ-MUS [detail] 2016-10-14
Ishikawa Noto Omakidai (Nanao) Synthesizing agreeable chorus singing parts from a main-melody singing voice focusing on the singer individuality
Naoaki Yasuda, Takesi Saitou, Masato Miyosi (Kanazawa Univ.) EA2016-31
Generating the sub-melody from a main-melody singing voice and maintaining the individual singer are expected to enhance... [more] EA2016-31
EA, SP, SIP 2016-03-28
Oita Beppu International Convention Center B-ConPlaza [Poster Presentation] An evaluation of F0 transformation for statistical singing voice conversion based on spectral differential filtering
Kazuhiro Kobayashi (NAIST), Tomoki Toda (Nagoya Univ./NAIST), Satoshi Nakamura (NAIST) EA2015-84 SIP2015-133 SP2015-112
In this report, we propose a technique for cross-gender statistical singing voice conversion (SVC) with direct waveform ... [more] EA2015-84 SIP2015-133 SP2015-112
ET 2016-01-30
Osaka Kansai Univ. Development of Real-time Analysis Tool based on Acoustic Features related to the Singing Skill
Yasuki Yamashita (PIT-Nagano), Mizue Kayama, Kyoko Ikeda, Miharu Noda, Kazunori Itoh (Shinshu Univ.), Kazushi Asanuma (NIT,Nagano College) ET2015-87
We have developed real-time analysis tool for acoustic features of singing voice that is thought to be related to singin... [more] ET2015-87
ET 2016-01-30
Osaka Kansai Univ. Singing Voice Comparison between Novice and Professional Singers by Acoustic Features related to Singing Skill
Miharu Noda, Mizue Kayama, Kyoko Ikeda (Shinshu Univ.), Yasuki Yamashita (PIT-Nagano), Kazunori Itoh (Shinshu Univ.), Kazushi Asanuma (NNCT) ET2015-91
The purpose of this study is to establish a teaching method of singing based on acoustic features of singing voice. We ... [more] ET2015-91
EA 2015-12-12
Ishikawa Kanazawa Univ., Satellite Plaza [Poster Presentation] Effect of auditory feedback interruption on singing
Masaharu Aoki, Takeshi Saitou, Masato Miyoshi (Kanazawa Univ.) EA2015-49
This paper reports our investigation of acoustic effects of auditory feedback interruption on singing. Four different Ja... [more] EA2015-49
SP 2015-10-15
Hyogo Kobe Univ. Statistical singing voice conversion based on direct waveform modification and its parameter generation algorithms
Kazuhiro Kobayashi, Tomoki Toda, Satoshi Nakamura (NAIST) SP2015-60
This report presents a novel statistical singing voice conversion (SVC) technique with direct waveform modification base... [more] SP2015-60
SIP, EA, SP 2015-03-03
Okinawa   Acoustic feature analysis of desirable voice in chorus
Akihiro Tawa, Toshiyuki Tanaka (Kyoto Univ.) EA2014-126 SIP2014-167 SP2014-189
In this study, we analyzed characteristics of the ``bright voice'' which is desirable in chorus.
Voice timbre correspon... [more]
EA2014-126 SIP2014-167 SP2014-189
ET 2015-01-31
Tokyo Mejiro Univ. Acoustic Features with Frequency Characteristics related to the Singing Skill
Yuki Sakuma, Mizue Kayama, Kyoko Ikeda, Masami Hashimoto, Kazunori Itoh (Shinshu Univ.) ET2014-80
The purpose of this study is to establish a teaching method of singing based on acoustic features of singing voice. In t... [more] ET2014-80
SP, ASJ-H 2014-10-23
Wakayama Nanki Shirahama Onsen Hotel Seamore Study on naturalness improvement method for synthetic sound of scat singing considering influence of tempo
Keisuke Tanizawa, Hideki Banno, Kensaku Asahi (Meijo Univ.) SP2014-78
Our research group has been investigating amount of spectral fluctuation in scat including plural consonants for the pur... [more] SP2014-78
SP, IPSJ-MUS 2014-05-25
Tokyo   Evaluation of singing voice similarity based on "acoustic singing-structure"
Shun Kojima, Takeshi Saitou, Masato Miyoshi (Kanazawa Univ.) SP2014-29
In this paper, we investigate the acoustic characteristics affecting auditory impressions, a "vocal timbre" and a "way o... [more] SP2014-29
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