Speech Processing and Synthesis Toolboxes
Speech Processing and Synthesis Toolboxes by Wiley at Spring Brook Audio. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Strike a balance between theory and practice! With this text,you'll, find a balance between theory and practice that allows youto build your understanding of the basic concepts, assumptions, andlimitations of the theory of speech analysis and synthesis. Themethods for data analysis as well as the theoretical background areprovided to help you comprehend the analysis results. And you'll beable to study the features and properties of speech as a signalwithout having to record data and write
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