festvox-awb-arctic-hts.noarch on Fedora 36

Last updated: March 30,2023

1. Install festvox-awb-arctic-hts.noarch package

This guide let you learn how to install festvox-awb-arctic-hts.noarch package:

sudo dnf makecache
sudo dnf install festvox-awb-arctic-hts.noarch

2. Uninstall / Remove festvox-awb-arctic-hts.noarch package

This guide covers the steps necessary to uninstall festvox-awb-arctic-hts.noarch package:

sudo dnf remove festvox-awb-arctic-hts.noarch
sudo dnf autoremove

3. Details of festvox-awb-arctic-hts.noarch package

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Available Packages
Name : festvox-awb-arctic-hts
Version : 2.5.0
Release : 17.fc36
Architecture : noarch
Size : 41 M
Source : festival-2.5.0-17.fc36.src.rpm
Repository : fedora
Summary : Scottish-accent US English male speaker "AWB" for Festival
URL : http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/
License : MIT and GPL+ and TCL and BSD
Description : US English male speaker ("AWB") for Festival. AWB is a native Scottish
: English speaker, but the voice uses the US English front end.
: This is a HMM-based Speech Synthesis System (HTS) voice from the Nagoya
: Institute of Technology, trained using the CMU ARCTIC database. This voice
: is based on 1138 utterances spoken by a Scottish English male speaker. The
: speaker is very experienced in building synthetic voices and matched
: prompted US English, though his vowels are very different from US English
: vowels. Scottish English speakers will probably find synthesizers based on
: this voice strange. Unlike the other CMU_ARCTIC databases this was recorded
: in 16 bit 16KHz mono without EGG, on a Dell Laptop in a quiet office. The
: database was automatically labelled using CMU Sphinx using the FestVox
: labelling scripts. No hand correction has been made.