19. Keio University Japanese Emotional Speech Database (Keio-ESD)
Assoc. Prof. Tsuyoshi Moriyama, Tokyo Polytechnic University
A set of human speech with vocal emotion spoken by a Japanese male speaker and a set of artificial speech that were synthesized by a system that had been developed using the subset of this database for training.
- Examples of recorded words
# of syllables accent types words 3 HLL /midori/ LHL /naname/ LHH /nagame/ 4 HLLL /arawani/ LHLL /amamizu/ LHHL /arayuru/ LHHH /omonaga/
- Angry, joyful, disgusting, downgrading, funny, worried, gentle, relief, indignation, shameful, etc.（47 emotions）
One male speaker
Speech file format
WAV format (16 kHz, 16 bit, Mono)
For research purpose only
Syllable bundaries determined by visual inspection for each speech file are attached.