An example application that uses Lyrebird's avatar API.
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README.md

Lyrebird Voice Tournament Sample App

LVT

This project aims to provide a sample use case of the Lyrebird Custom Avatar API. You can have a look at the deployed version at: Example App. This sample was implemented using Lyrebird Vocal Avatar API.

Getting Started

Prerequisites

You’ll need to install:

Installing

Creating a Lyrebird application

Go to Lyrebird My Voice Application and create an application. Please note the CLIENT_ID and CLIENT_SECRET provided to you. In the .env file in the root folder ion this application, edit the variable LYREBIRD_CLIENT_ID and LYREBIRD_CLIENT_SECRET with the ones just given to you.

Starting the sample application

To Start the sample application, you can either use docker-compose (faster) or start it manually.

Using Docker
Manually

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details

Terms

Your use of this sample is subject to, and by using or downloading the sample files you agree to comply with, the Lyrebird APIs Terms of Service.

Slack Group

If you have some questions, please visit our slack group: https://avatar-api-support.slack.com/.