Time Domain Synthesis

This synthesis technique uses snippets of actual recorded speech. These snippets can range in size from a single phoneme on up to a complete word. The size usually chosen is called a "diphone" and extends from the center of a given phoneme to the center of the next phoneme in the word. The diphones are spliced or blended together to form continuous speech. The drawbacks to this technique are:

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