In this project, we aim at the computational generation of expressive voice by following a hybrid approach. We will skip the inherent limitations of voice corpus but benefit from transformation voice techniques developed in that area. The key idea will be to map the parameter modifications in recorded voice, which are responsible for expressive effects, into the glottal pulses models and vocal tract geometries. The former are used as boundary conditions at the glottis in numerical simulations of vocal tract acoustics. Vocal tract geometries will vary in time to achieve the desired expressive effects.