Arpasing reclists featured in this directory are a full setup that includes reclist, index.csv file, and OREMO comment file.
They may stand alone, or be addons to an existing arpasing reclist.
To submit your reclist to this directory, please fill out this form.
|Kanru Hua||VocalSynth.Cloud||Arpasing 0.2.0: An updated implementation of the Arpasing standard with higher diphone redundancy. Standalone. If you have already recorded a voicebank using 0.1.0, there is no need to rerecord, as you can simply start from "220" in the reclist and add to your existing bank.|
|Kanru Hua||VocalSynth.Cloud||Arpasing 0.1.0: The default 220 sample reclist from the original proposal document. Standalone.|
|VocalSynth.Cloud||An index.csv for the VCCV English reclist. In order to use, take all samples out of subfolders and have them in the main folder. Delete the subfolders. Rename the file to "index.csv" and add it to the voicebank, then generate an OTO in Moresampler without numbering duplicates. You can use this tool to number this instead. A maximum of 10-20 is recommended. (When duplicates are numbered by Moresampler, hundreds are made for samples such as [- k]. The tool will delete the excess.)|
|Adlez27||VocalSynth.Cloud||An efficient, 139 sample, standalone reclist. Example bank is WEM3 KLADlist.|
|Reclist: Kanru Hua
|VocalSynth.Cloud||A modified version of the official 0.2.0 reclist. In the core list and n-gram coverage lists, every two lines have been combined into one. This gives each line a total length of 6 syllables.|
|VocalSynth.Cloud||An efficient 254 sample reclist based on KLAD's custom list. This contains almost all possible transitions between sounds supported by arpasing.|