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English: An example of most happy synthetic female voice. This audio was created with Praat parameters formant_shift_ratio = 1.1, pitch shift = 2, pitch range = 2.0, and VocalTractLab parameter upper-lower rest displacement = 0.30 mm.
Source Sound S5 from Xu Y, Lee A, Wu W, Liu X, Birkholz P (2013). "Human Vocal Attractiveness as Signaled by Body Size Projection". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0062397. PMID 23638065. PMC: 3634748.
Author Xu Y, Lee A, Wu W, Liu X, Birkholz P
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