Thanks again Halle, it was informative, I didn’t have any intention of fingerprinting a song or voice aka shazam, i just wanted to distinguish between two voices in an game like fun application, as OpenEars is able to detect the word spoken, if i will be able to figure to extend or already the capability exits to distinguish two voices, my project will be lot easier, its just a word play between two ppl. Instead of touch controls i am going to employ voice controls in game.
Thanks Halle, for pointing me the resources and also suggestions that it might not help me in the cause. I had the idea that by reducing the size of acoustic model i will be able to speed up the accuracy, which is not the case it seems. Thanks for pointing me into right direction.
Also i want some pointers regarding differentiating between two spoken voices, person A tells a Word, person B tells a word i want to differentiate between two voices will the OpenEars will be able to help me in that regard.
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