The Voice Conversion Challenge 2016 took place at Interspeech 2016 in San Francisco. The task of the challenge was speaker conversion, i.e., to transform the voice identity of a source speaker into that of a target speaker while preserving the linguistic content. Using a common dataset consisting of 162 utterances for training and 54 utterances for evaluation from each of 5 source and 5 target speakers, 17 groups working in VC around the world developed their own VC systems for every combination of the source and target speakers, i.e., 25 systems in total, and generated voice samples converted by the developed systems.

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  • The Voice Conversion Challenge 2016 

    Tomoki, Toda; Chen, Ling-Hui; Saito, Daisuke; Villavicencio, Fernando; Wester, Mirjam; Wu, Zhizheng; Yamagishi, Junichi
    The Voice Conversion Challenge (VCC) 2016, one of the special sessions at Interspeech 2016, deals with speaker identity conversion, referred as Voice Conversion (VC). The task of the challenge was speaker conversion, i.e., ...
  • The Voice Conversion Challenge, 2016: multidimensional scaling (MDS) listening test results 

    Toda, Tomoki; Chen, Ling-Hui; Saito, Daisuke; Villavicencio, Fernando; Wester, Mirjam; Wu, Zhizheng; Yamagishi, Junichi
    The Voice Conversion Challenge (VCC) 2016, one of the special sessions at Interspeech 2016, deals with speaker identity conversion, referred as Voice Conversion (VC). The task of the challenge was speaker conversion, i.e., ...
  • SUPERSEDED - The Voice Conversion Challenge 2016 

    Toda, Tomoki; Chen, Ling-Hui; Saito, Daisuke; Villavicencio, Fernando; Wester, Mirjam; Wu, Zhizheng; Yamagishi, Junichi
    THIS VERSION HAS BEEN REPLACED DUE TO SOME OF THE FILES BEING CORRUPTED. PLEASE SEE THE NEW VERSION OF THIS DATASET AT http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/ds/1575 . > The Voice Conversion Challenge (VCC) 2016, one of the special ...