Google Posts Initial Code For Lyra Speech Codec [phoronix.com]
Back in February we covered Google's work on the Lyra voice/audio codec [phoronix.com] designed for fitting with very low bit-rate audio for speech compression in use-cases like WebRTC and video chatting even on the most limited Internet connections. Thanks to leveraging machine learning, Lyra can function at just 3kbps. The code to Lyra is now public.
[...] The Lyra high-quality, low-bitrate speech codec is open-source with an initial v0.0.1 beta commit made today. Building Lyra requires the Bazel build system as well as a particular revision of LLVM/Clang for ABI compatibility.
GitHub [github.com] (Apache-2.0 License).
Previously: Google Unveils Lyra Audio Codec with Better Speech Compression than Opus [soylentnews.org]