This is an assortment of all the scripts associated with the Intro to Voice Computing Book. These scripts should give you a jumpstart in learning how to write Python code for voice-related applications.
Getting started: setting up environment (mac)
First, clone the repository and submodules:
cd ~ git clone --recurse-submodules -j8 https://github.com/jim-schwoebel/voicebook
Now you need to run the setup.py script to make sure you have all the required dependencies for all the chapters of the book. To do this, run:
cd ~ cd voicebook python3 setup.py
Now you have all the dependencies necessary to follow along with the chapters in the book. You don’t need to worry about any other installations.
Any feedback on the book or this repository is greatly appreciated.
- If you find something that is missing or doesn't work, please consider opening a GitHub issue.
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This repository is licensed under the Apache 2.0 License.
Check out the wiki or documentation below to follow along with each chapter in the book. In this way, you can get quickly up to speed with the 200+ scripts included in this repository.
- Chapter 1: Fundamentals
- Chapter 2: Collection
- Chapter 3: Featurization
- Chapter 4: Data Modeling
- Chapter 5: Generation
- Chapter 6: Visualization
- Chapter 7: Designing Voice Computers
- Chapter 8: Designing Server Architectures
- Chapter 9: Legal, Security, and Ethical Considerations
- Chapter 10: Getting involved