Now that I'm over the major coding hump, I hope to be able to focus on getting the little details right.
will eventually be viable, I hope that PG Music seriously considers adding the SoftVoice
library to BiaB, since it works well right now.
I'm hoping I can post some demos of SoftVoice
in the context of BiaB, but it's complicated by the fact that would require me to see confidential information. That's a bit hard to provide when I'm working on a "competing" product.
The real question for the SoftVoice
folk is what degree of realism is required by BiaB users, since any synthetic speech is going to fall short. But I think SoftVoice
a strong alternative to Sinsy
, and certainly much better than my synSinger
currently is (although I'm working hard to bridge that gap).