Keyword(s):Synthesizer , Synthesis and Resynthesis Techniques , Computer Music
The author describes scientific and musical models of computer voice synthesis in five sections:
Scientifical and musical introduction of voice synthesis through the four causal models of Aristotle
The different models of vocal synthesis and their use in musical works by Chowning, Harvey and Manoury
How composers produce the synthesised voice and what is its form?
What is the final reason to use voice synthesis as far as scientists and composers are concerned?
The finale objective: simulate vocal sounds and create new sounds. The author outlines some ideas for a voice synthesizer.
Georgaki, Anastasía (1999a). À la recherche de la voix-Protée : penser la voix de synthèse aujourd'hui
All references of the same author:
(English)Georgaki, Anastasia (1999b). Proteïc Voices in the Computer Music Repertory (1972-1997)
Georgaki, Anastasía (2004). Virtual Voices on Hands: Prominent Applications on the Synthesis and Control of the Singing Voice