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|Developer(s)||Nagoya Institute of Technology|
0.92 / December 25, 2015
3.9 / 2017/12/25
|Available in||Japanese, English, Chinese|
|Type||Vocal Synthesizer Application|
|License||Modified BSD license|
Sinsy (Singing Voice Synthesis System) (しぃんしぃ) is an online Hidden Markov model (HMM)-based singing voice synthesis system by the Nagoya Institute of Technology that was created under the Modified BSD license.
The online demonstrator is free to use, but will only generate tracks up to 5 minutes. The user uploads data in the MusicXML format, which the Sinsy website reads to output a WAV file of the generated voice. Gender factor, vibrato intensity, and pitch shift can be adjusted prior to output.
As of December 25, 2015 the official creators of the Sinsy were Keiichi Tokuda (Producer and designer), Keiichiro Oura (Design and Development), Kazuhiro Nakamura (Development and Main Maintainer), and Yoshihiko Nankaku.
- Yoko (謡子), Japanese female vocal, she has two vocals for the service right now both in Japanese, one being a beta and the other a fully released version.
- Xiang-Ling (香鈴), Japanese female vocal, an English vocal was added Christmas, 2015. Mandarin was added also to her language capabilities.
- Matsuo-P (松尾P), English masculine vocal.
- Namine Ritsu S (波音リツＳ), a Japanese male vocal currently in beta. Originally produced for UTAU, it released on December 25, 2013.
- Unidentified; an unknown vocal in Japanese
- Unidentified; a second unknown vocal in Japanese
- Ju-Yun Cheng, Yi-Chin Huang, Chung-Hsien Wu (2014-12-04). "HMM-based Mandarin Singing Voice Synthesis Using Tailored Synthesis Units and Question Sets" (PDF). Association for Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing. Retrieved 2017-05-17.CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link)
- Hentai (2012-12-27). "Sinsy Updates to 3.3 & Releases English Demo". Engloids.Info. Retrieved 2015-06-04.
- "Keiichiro Oura". Nagoya Institute of Technology. Retrieved 2017-05-17.
- "The HMM-Based Singing Voice Synthesis System "Sinsy" version 0.92". Sinsy.sourceforge.net. Retrieved 2016-01-28.
- ITmedia ニュース - 初音ミクとも簡単に対話できる「MMDAgent」、その詳細を聞いてきた. Retrieved November 23, 2013
- Nakamura, K.; Oura, K.; Nankaku, Y.; Tokuda, K. (May 2014). "HMM-Based singing voice synthesis and its application to Japanese and English". 2014 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP): 265–269. doi:10.1109/ICASSP.2014.6853599.CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter (link)
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