Controllable Sequence-To-Sequence Neural TTS with LPCNET Backend for Real-time Speech Synthesis on CPU

25 Feb 2020 Shechtman Slava Rabinovitz Carmel Sorin Alex Kons Zvi Hoory Ron

State-of-the-art sequence-to-sequence acoustic networks, that convert a phonetic sequence to a sequence of spectral features with no explicit prosody prediction, generate speech with close to natural quality, when cascaded with neural vocoders, such as Wavenet. However, the combined system is typically too heavy for real-time speech synthesis on a CPU... (read more)

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