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Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages   Czech.zip
« on: Feb 18th, 2010, 1:36pm »
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Hallo
I create a Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages.
I must just test it and search for the optimal speech sounds.
Could someone send me list of the supported SAMPA codes?
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages  
« Reply #1 on: Feb 18th, 2010, 8:46pm »
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Hello,
See the following websites:
http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/sampa/czech-uni.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Czech_language
I hope this will solve your problem.
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages  
« Reply #2 on: Feb 18th, 2010, 9:02pm »
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This sites I know.
Unfortunately the Czech SAMPA described in http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/sampa/czech-uni.htm
employs other symbols for some of phonemes than Virtual Singer.
(J\, Q\, P\, Q\, c, ...)
 
Therefore I want to have complete list of the Virtual Singer - supported SAMPA codes.
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages  
« Reply #3 on: Feb 19th, 2010, 2:45pm »
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on Feb 18th, 2010, 9:02pm, v.muller wrote:
This sites I know.
Unfortunately the Czech SAMPA described in http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/sampa/czech-uni.htm
employs other symbols for some of phonemes than Virtual Singer.
(J\, Q\, P\, Q\, c, ...)
 
Therefore I want to have complete list of the Virtual Singer - supported SAMPA codes.

I don't think OtherLanguages uses SAMPA codes: you have to define the sounds through fragment notation. See the Edit Voice > Advanced > Edit Fragments dialogue.
 
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages  
« Reply #4 on: Feb 19th, 2010, 5:12pm »
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Thank you.
It is the right answer to my question
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages   Czech_v1.zip
« Reply #5 on: Feb 27th, 2010, 7:46am »
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There is my new version of the Czech Phonetic file.
It sounds much better.
 
Fragments table
 
Fragment ID Fragment name Type
END (end of piece) Vowel
Q Quiet (pause between notes) Vowel
T2 English T #2 Plosive
TL2 Latin T #2 Plosive
GLST Glottal Stop Plosive
P2 P#2 Plosive
K2 K #2 Plosive
K2FI K #2 Finnish Plosive
GS Spanish muted G Plosive
G2 Hard G #2 Plosive
B B #2 Plosive
BS Spanish muted B Plosive
D2 English D #2 Plosive
D English D #1 Plosive
DL2 Latin D #2 Plosive
DS Spanish muted D Plosive
DL Latin D #1 (glottal quiet) Plosive
SQ Short glottal Quiet Plosive
SQFI Stretchable glottal quiet Transitional vowel
KH Guttural R Vocalized consonand
RFR R Francais Vocalized consonand
RG German R Vocalized consonand
R English R Vocalized consonand
RXS 1-pulse rolled R Vocalized consonand
RX rolled r Vocalized consonand
J English J #1 Vocalized consonand
JY English J #2 Vocalized consonand
CH CH en #1 Unvocalized consonand
CI CH En#2 or Fr Unvocalized consonand
DH TH En (vocald) Unvocalized consonand
TH TH En (unvocald) Unvocalized consonand
ZH J sound Unvocalized consonand
V V consonnant Unvocalized consonand
VFI V Finnish Vocalized consonand
Z Z consonnant Vocalized consonand
ZZ  Vocalized consonand
F F consonnant Unvocalized consonand
S S consonnant Unvocalized consonand
SS Spanish tooth S Unvocalized consonand
GSH German wet CH Unvocalized consonand
JSH Japanese wet CH Unvocalized consonand
SH wet CH Unvocalized consonand
X hard R Unvocalized consonand
M M consonnant Vocalized consonand
JN Japanese nasalised N Vocalized consonand
N N consonnant Vocalized consonand
NFI N finnish Vocalized consonand
NG NG termination Vocalized consonand
LL  Vocalized consonand
LFI L finnish Vocalized consonand
JR Japanese R Plosive
LFR L (fr) Vocalized consonand
RXFI Finnish rolled R Vocalized consonand
L hard L (en)  Vocalized consonand
WFR W french short vowel Transitional vowel
WS W short vowel (Spanish) Transitional vowel
JW Japanese short W Transitional vowel
W W short vowel Transitional vowel
YS Spanish beginning I Transitional vowel
Y short i (fr-en) Transitional vowel
YFI unstretchable i (fi) Vocalized consonand
US Short U (fr) Transitional vowel
ED German long E Vowel
I I (engl) Vowel
ID I diphthong end 2nd part diphtong
OV OU/OA diphtong 2 part 2nd part diphtong
IB r (diuphtong end) 2nd part diphtong
H aspired h Unvocalized consonand
HFI Finnish aspired h Unvocalized consonand
JH Japanese aspired h Unvocalized consonand
NS South Fr nasalization Vocalized consonand
A  Vowel
AR AR diphtong Vowel
AIR AIR diphtong Vowel
OOR OOR diphtong (1st part) Vowel
AFI Finnish A Vowel
AFIS Short Finnish A Transitional vowel
ARF Fr. closed A Vowel
AS Spanish A Vowel
AA AA vowel Vowel
AAS Short AA vowel Transitional vowel
E English E Vowel
AED German long ä Vowel
EF French é Vowel
EFI Finnish E Vowel
EFIS Short Finnish E Transitional vowel
EE EE vowel Vowel
EESD German short EE Vowel
IS Spanish I Vowel
EED German long EE Vowel
EEF French I Vowel
EEFS Short French I Transitional vowel
ES Spanish closed E Vowel
EIS Spanish open e Vowel
EI French ę Vowel
E2 French closed E Vowel
EID German EI Vowel
E9 French loud E Vowel
E9S Short French loud E Transitional vowel
EFR French E Vowel
EIN French nasalized EI Vowel
UN French nasalized E Vowel
AAN AN fr nasalized Vowel
ON2 ON fr nasalized Vowel
ER ER diphtong Vowel
AW AW sound Vowel
AWF AW French sound Vowel
O O vowel Vowel
OS Spanish O Vowel
OA OW diphtong (1st part) Vowel
OU OU diphtong (1st part) Vowel
OI Closed O fr Vowel
OID German long O Vowel
OIS Short Closed O Transitional vowel
OO OO vowel Vowel
OOS Spanish U Vowel
U A vowel Vowel
UU OO vowel Vowel
JU Japanese U Vowel
UUD German U Vowel
UUF French OU Vowel
UUFS Short French OU Transitional vowel
UFR French U Vowel
UFRS Short French U Transitional vowel
AF French AA Vowel
EFS South French E Vowel
UNS South Fr nasalized E Vowel
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages  
« Reply #6 on: Feb 27th, 2010, 11:03am »
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By the way...
the next concert of my choir includes a song in Czech
What is the process for including that file, telling VS that the song is in Czech, etc.? I suppose there is a "how to" document somewhere?
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages  
« Reply #7 on: Feb 27th, 2010, 1:59pm »
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It's possible through the "Virtual Singer > Other languages" script of Harmony Assistant.
 
Here is how to proceed:
 
- Copy the file "Czech.txt" to the directory
"C:\Program Files\Harmony Assistant\Scripts\Virtual Singer\Other languages"
 
- In Harmony Assistant, select the "Other languages" script. Czech has been added to the list.
Apply this language to a score file that contains Czech lyrics.
 
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages  
« Reply #8 on: Feb 27th, 2010, 2:04pm »
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There is the link to the manual:
http://www.myriad-online.com/en/scriptdocs/otherlanguages.htm
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages  
« Reply #9 on: Feb 27th, 2010, 5:42pm »
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Thanks! its seems to work fine!
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages   Czech_v1a.zip
« Reply #10 on: Mar 6th, 2010, 9:13pm »
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Hallo
There are my new version of the Czech Phonetic file.
I adjusted some of the fragments.
It sounds much better.
 
I am still searching for the ideal group of fragments for
the letter T with caron.
This sound like the "TJ" in the Russian word "KATJUSHA"
(Катюша)
I used this "GLST+JY" but it is not accurate.
 
Could somebody help me to find the right sound?
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages  
« Reply #11 on: Mar 6th, 2010, 9:52pm »
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on Mar 6th, 2010, 9:13pm, v.muller wrote:
I am still searching for the ideal group of fragments for
the letter T with caron.
This sound like the "TJ" in the Russian word "KATJUSHA"
(Катюша)
I used this "GLST+JY" but it is not accurate.
 
Could somebody help me to find the right sound?

T2+Y?
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages  
« Reply #12 on: Mar 11th, 2010, 10:29am »
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However no.
 
"T2+Y" where my first trial.
It sounds like the 2 sounds.
 
I am looking for something like soft "T".
T + Y but together.
It must sound softly directly since the beginning.
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages  
« Reply #13 on: Mar 11th, 2010, 10:47am »
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try a look to short i sounds
EEIS, EEFS, J... I don't remember
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Re: Czech Phonetic file for the script OtherLanguages  
« Reply #14 on: Mar 16th, 2010, 8:46pm »
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Have you tried
- GLST+T2+Y ?
- TL2+Y ?
- T2+EEFS ?
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