Masashi Unoki
Masashi Unoki
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TitleCited byYear
Development of an F0 control model based on F0 dynamic characteristics for singing-voice synthesis
T Saitou, M Unoki, M Akagi
Speech communication 46 (3-4), 405-417, 2005
1012005
Speech-to-singing synthesis: Converting speaking voices to singing voices by controlling acoustic features unique to singing voices
T Saitou, M Goto, M Unoki, M Akagi
2007 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and …, 2007
982007
Comparison of the roex and gammachirp filters as representations of the auditory filter
M Unoki, T Irino, B Glasberg, BCJ Moore, RD Patterson
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 120 (3), 1474-1492, 2006
882006
Extending the domain of center frequencies for the compressive gammachirp auditory filter
RD Patterson, M Unoki, T Irino
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 114 (3), 1529-1542, 2003
842003
A method of signal extraction from noisy signal based on auditory scene analysis
M Unoki, M Akagi
Speech Communication 27 (3-4), 261-279, 1999
661999
An analysis/synthesis auditory filterbank based on an IIR implementation of the gammachirp
T Irino, M Unoki
Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan (E) 20 (6), 397-406, 1999
551999
A speech dereverberation method based on the MTF concept in power envelope restoration
M Unoki, K Sakata, M Furukawa, M Akagi
Acoustical science and technology 25 (4), 243-254, 2004
432004
Method of digital-audio watermarking based on cochlear delay characteristics
M Unoki, R Miyauchi
Multimedia Information Hiding Technologies and Methodologies for Controlling …, 2013
392013
An improved method based on the MTF concept for restoring the power envelope from a reverberant signal
M Unoki, M Furukawa, K Sakata, M Akagi
Acoustical science and technology 25 (4), 232-242, 2004
392004
Reversible watermarking for digital audio based on cochlear delay characteristics
M Unoki, R Miyauchi
2011 Seventh International Conference on Intelligent Information Hiding and …, 2011
332011
A method based on the MTF concept for dereverberating the power envelope from the reverberant signal
M Unoki, M Furukawa, K Sakata, M Akagi
2003 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 2003
322003
A method based on the MTF concept for dereverberating the power envelope from the reverberant signal
M Unoki, M Furukawa, K Sakata, M Akagi
2003 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal …, 2003
322003
A time-varying, analysis/synthesis auditory filterbank using the gammachirp
T Irino, M Unoki
Proceedings of the 1998 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech …, 1998
301998
Embedding limitations with digital-audio watermarking method based on cochlear delay characteristics
M Unoki, K Imabeppu, D Hamada, A Haniu, R Miyauchi
Journal of Information Hiding and Multimedia Signal Processing 2 (1), 1-23, 2011
272011
Extraction of F0 dynamic characteristics and development of F0 control model in singing voice
T Saitou, M Unoki, M Akagi
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002
262002
Vocal conversion from speaking voice to singing voice using STRAIGHT
T Saitou, M Goto, M Unoki, M Akagi
Eighth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2007
242007
歌声らしさの知覚モデルに基づいた歌声特有の音響特徴量の分析
齋藤毅, 辻直也, 鵜木祐史, 赤木正人
日本音響学会誌 64 (5), 267-277, 2008
232008
Judgment of perceptual synchrony between two pulses and verification of its relation to cochlear delay by an auditory model1
E Aiba, M Tsuzaki, S Tanaka, M Unoki
Japanese Psychological Research 50 (4), 204-213, 2008
202008
Comparative evaluation of modulation-transfer-function-based blind restoration of sub-band power envelopes of speech as a front-end processor for automatic speech recognition …
X Lu, M Unoki, M Akagi
Acoustical science and technology 29 (6), 351-361, 2008
192008
Comparative evaluations of robust and accurate F0 estimates in reverberant environments
M Unoki, T Hosorogiya, Y Ishimoto
2008 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2008
192008
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