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---------------------------------------------------------------------- FTW Austrian German HTS Voice for Festival version 0.9.3 RELEASE September 2013 Telecommunications Research Center Vienna The University of Edinburgh Copyright (c) 2013 Markus Toman toman@ftw.at Michael Pucher pucher@ftw.at Junichi Yamagishi jyamagis@inf.ed.ac.uk ---------------------------------------------------------------------- This directory contains an Austrian German statistical speech synthesis voice (called 'HTS' voices) built for the Festival Speech Synthesis System, developed at CSTR, University of Edinburgh. COPYING This Austrian German HTS voice is released under the New BSD license (see http://www.opensource.org/). Using and distributing this software is free (without restriction including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of this work, and to permit persons to whom this work is furnished to do so) subject to simple three conditions. See COPYRIGHT for details. Test the system ---------------- % build/festival/bin/festival runvoice-austrian.scm Limitation Text-encoding supported is latin1 (ISO/IEC 8859-1). Festival does not support utf-8.
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