like, something for a full silence after a note. Sometimes the ‘sil’ leaves a bit of breath and I don’t want that.
This appears to be a “feature” in the AI voices. For example, I see that shows up with Anri (AI), Eleanor Forte Lite (AI) and Solaria (AI).
The simplest thing to do is follow the last note by another note with a non-existent phoneme, such as .x (or just a blank lyric):
Make sure the notes don’t touch, or it’ll add the release aspiration anyway!
At that point, even if you move the “empty” note away, it’ll retain the silence:
So just pull the “empty” note further to the right, until SynthV removes the silence:
Then you can move the “empty” note back in place - just don’t attach it to the prior note again.
Does that fix your problem?
Only the ‘sil’ is gone yet I can still hear the breath.
Can you post a bit more information, such as:
- The voicebank
- The word
- The duration
A screenshot (just of the notes) would be helpful in trying to duplicate the issue.
You can also edit theBreathiness in the Parameters.
I noticed that as soon as I made a change, SynthV regenerated the audio and put the breath back in.
The best solution is probably to set the Render option to split out the aspiration out onto a separate track, and mute that portion in your DAW (requires the Pro version of SynthV):
I got it.
Just had to edit the breathiness and loudness.
I was currently using Solaria, but it was stronger for Eleanor’s. For some Chinese vbs, it was nearly the same issue. Well, it’s more like a weird prolonged ending consonant.
Thanks for your help!
And btw, I have version 1.5.0 but I don’t have the Aspiration Output option.
I believe that the Aspiration Output is only with the Pro version.
Glad you got this resolved!
Oh I have the Pro version. I don’t have that Aspiration Output though.
Are you sure? It’s one of the features of the Pro version.
Open the Render panel by selecting the icon:
Look near the bottom of the panel, under Format:
Choose the Aspiration Output option As extra files (isolated)