ClusterUnitDataBase Error

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Greg Culp
2003-10-26
2013-04-25
  • Greg Culp

    Greg Culp - 2003-10-26

      Hello All,

      I have just started trying to work with FreeTTS.
    My code compiles, and even start to say, "This
    will be easy for me to say.", but it just souns like
    ta-da and then gives:
      ClusterUnitDatabase: can't find tree for pau_ax
    ClusterUnitDatabase Error: getUnitIndex: can't find unit type pau_ax
    ClusterUnitDatabase Error: getUnitIndex: can't find unit type pau_ax
    ClusterUnitDatabase Error: getUnitIndex: can't find unit type pau_ax
    ClusterUnitDatabase Error: getUnitIndex: can't find unit type pau_ax
    ClusterUnitDatabase Error: getUnitIndex: can't find unit type pau_ax
    ClusterUnitDatabase Error: getUnitIndex: can't find unit type pau_ax
       And it just sits there until I ctrl-c it. 
    Any ideas or advice would be appreciated.

     
    • Willie Walker

      Willie Walker - 2003-10-26

      Hi Greg:

      The ClusterUnitDataBase is currently for limited domain only, and the only example domain is
      telling the time (e.g., the alan voice).

      So...if you are passing anything other than something like "The time is now, exactly half past nine, in the morning" to the cluster unit voice, it will just happily say "la la la la la."

      If you want general domain synthesis, you should use the diphone voices (e.g., kevin and kevin16).

      Hope this helps,

      Will

       
    • Greg Culp

      Greg Culp - 2003-10-26

        Will,

        You are the man.  Now my stuff works perfectly.
      Thank you very much for your quick and accurate
      response!

         -Greg

       
  • John Byrne

    John Byrne - 2011-10-11

    I'm getting the same problem.  Can anyone help?

     
  • John Byrne

    John Byrne - 2011-10-11

    and how do you use Kevin and Kevin16?  Do you have to instantiate the voice or something?

     

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