The Ultimate Synthesizer V Phoneme Chart

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The Ultimate Synthesizer V Phoneme Chart - Color-coded chart that cleanly arranges special characters, vowels, and consonants

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In Synthesizer V, you can see the list of ARPABET phonemes by going View > Open Phoneme Viewer, but I don't like how it's organized (it's in alphabetical order and it's hard to tell consonants vs vowels apart quickly).

So, I made a color-coded chart that cleanly arranges special characters, vowels, and consonants so you can find what you're looking for fast.

In addition to being categorized by sounds (ex: all...
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parallax_fifths

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Jun 27, 2019
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but I don't like how it's organized (it's in alphabetical order and it's hard to tell consonants vs vowels apart quickly).
If you click the "category" header in the Phoneme Viewer, it will reorder the entries according to vowel and consonant types. Similarly, clicking the "examples" header will also reorder the entries. Clicking either a second time will invert the order.
 
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mobius017

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Apr 8, 2018
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@uncreepy: That discussion with Rolo in the General Discussion thread made me think--if you don't mind sharing, how did you go about relating the arpabet and X-SAMPA to each other? It'd be cool to know how to do that, in case people needed to for phonemes that are outside English.
 

mobius017

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Apr 8, 2018
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Thank you! Wow, that's a lot of work; I'd hoped there might have been an easier way to correlate the different symbols that would have made making the chart easier.

FYI, the link to the V5 manual goes to the Cambridge dictionary; here's a link to the V5 manual, with X-SAMPA phonemes/examples starting on page 64. It's kind of a great resource, since it has the phonemes for a bunch of languages, including Japanese, English, Spanish, Korean, and Chinese.
 
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ken123

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Jul 7, 2021
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Does anyone know if someone has developed a script to export phoneme timings ? Like the UST file only with phoneme start and duration ? For lypsync.
 

Kōyō

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Jun 7, 2022
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Breath sounds are not on this spreadsheet. To know how they work, watch this video:
 

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