Third International Workshop on Models and Analysis of Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications (MAVEBA 2003)
The synthesis of different voice qualities by means of a low-dimensional glottal model is discussed. The glottal model is based on a one-mass model provided with a number of enhancements that make it suitable to the aim of the study. The simulation of modal and non-modal phonatory regimes is discussed. Both symmetric and nonsymmetric configurations are explored. The class of models under consideration is shown to be able to reproduce a broad range of phonation styles and to provide interesting control properties.
Index Terms. physical models of vocal emission; nonmodal phonation types.
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Bibliographic reference. Drioli, Carlo / Avanzini, Federico (2003): "Non-modal voice synthesis by low-dimensional physical models", In MAVEBA-2003, 151-154.