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How is speech recognition software able to distinguish between different speakers and yet still understand them all?

I would slightly disagree with Ryan's answer: the fundamental frequency is mainly specific to a speaker. Sounds are defined by other frequency patterns. Vowels, for example, have two bands of energy ...
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How is speech recognition software able to distinguish between different speakers and yet still understand them all?

A sound byte can be decomposed into a set of features which are distinguishable by a classifier. The most important feature extracted is the fundamental frequency. This is the lowest frequency ...
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What are the differences between RVC and SO-VITS-SVC models?

From what I've seen, these two models have similar architectures since they took the architecture of SoftVC and combine it with the design of VITS. The RVC is a succession of SoVITS and it has some ...
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