Thursday, June 01, 2006
"Once we have that, we can create a voice very similar to that of the person concerned," Suzuki told Reuters in an interview at his Tokyo office last week.
"We have recreated the voices of a lot of famous people that were very close to the real thing and have been used in film dubbing."
Suzuki believes his recreations are ninety percent accurate. The article also relates:
Suzuki's work has made contributions to criminal investigations -- in one case after he successfully aged a person's voice by a decade. A recording of the voice was broadcast on television, leading to the apprehension of a suspect.