Russian Text-to-Speech Synthesis

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  • Svetlana
  • Daniil
  • Denis
  • Boris
  • Dmitrii
  • Anna
  • Bot Tatiana
  • Katia
  • Dariya

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Language code: ru-RU

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Russian, recognized by the ISO code ru-RU, is a widely spoken language. It's the predominant language in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. This language goes by names such as "русский язык" (ruskiy yazyk) in its native script.

This language stands out with its unique pronunciation features. With its distinct grammar, rich phonetics, and articulate sounds, it's different from many other languages. Specifically, it showcases a range of uniacal sounds, which adds depth and variety to its pronunciation. Here are some essential pronunciation features of the Russian language that are important for accurate speech synthesis:

Alphabet in Use. The Cyrillic script is used for the language, which differs from the Latin one found in many other languages. Different letters mean different sounds.

Consonant Characteristics. Consonants in this language can be either "hard" or "soft". This aspect affects how they're pronounced. The "б" sound in "быт" is soft, but in "бот", it's hard.

Consonant Clusters: Russian words can have multiple consonants in a row, making it essential for synthesis to accurately reproduce these clusters without inserting extra vowel sounds.

Stress: Word stress in Russian can be mobile and greatly affects the pronunciation of vowels. For example, the word "замок" can mean "castle" when the stress is on the first syllable or "lock" when the stress is on the last.

Vowel Reduction: Unstressed vowels often undergo reduction in Russian, changing their pronunciation. For instance, the unstressed "o" sounds more like "a."

These features ensure that the generated speech is not only comprehensible but also sounds natural and authentic to native Russian speakers. Our tool integrates the essence of the language and its speech patterns.

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  • Countries: Russia, countries of Eastern Europe, the Balkan Peninsula, the Baltic States, Transcaucasia, Central Asia; Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Israel, USA, Canada, Germany.
  • 6th place among all languages of the world in terms of the total number of speakers
  • Russian is spoken by 260 million people in the world
  • One of the 6 official UN languages
  • There are 33 letters in the Russian alphabet
  • The dictionary contains about 200,000 words.

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