Speech synthesis and text-to-speech system
Festival is a general multi-lingual speech synthesis system developed
at CSTR. It offers a full text to speech system with various APIs, as
well as an environment for development and research of speech synthesis
techniques. It is written in C++ with a Scheme-based command interpreter
for general control.
The Festival Speech Synthesis System
version 2.0 RELEASE August 2006
This directory contains the Festival Speech Synthesis System,
developed at CSTR, University of Edinburgh. The project was originally
started by Alan W Black and Paul Taylor but many others have been
involved (see ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS file for full list).
Festival offers a general framework for buil
Note that not all features discussed in this file are included in
the standard distribution.
June 21st 2001 1.4.2 Release
Various new gcc's support
Visual C++ 6.0 support
uses configure (though could do so even more)
substantial updates to the clunits unit selection module
lots of wee bugs fixed
a few very hard bugs fixed
(client/server race condition)
festival - a text-to-speech system.
festival [options] [file0] [file1] ...
Festival is a general purpose text-to-speech system. As well
as simply rendering text as speech it can be used in an
interactive command mode for testing and developing various
The system as a whole and most of the files in it are distributed
under the following copyright and
This directory contains an American English Lexicon and letter to
sournd rules based on CMUDICT 0.
This directory contains a lexicon (wsj.wp39.poslexR) and an ngram
(wsj.wp39.tri.ngrambin) for Engli
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