First of all, it should be noted that sibilants at the end of words are audible without any special treatment.
Also, I also noticed that T at the beginning of words doesn\'t work. Note the H<30> in \"to\". It\'s kinda not exactly right, but it\'s a start.
Here\'s a way to make ending consonants audible (I did try substituting real note offs for note ons with 0 velocity (which my keyboard does put out by default). I used MidiOx to do the substitution. But this didn\'t make any difference.
Anyway,in the case of the first Vota word above, I use a neutral sounding u at reduced velocity. I guess this works because now, the m is no longer at the end of the word, and it sounds out, then the M!$u<75> puts a bit of a vocalized noun at the end of the word. You know, when we say come, I think we actually put a bit of a vowel on the end of the word anyway.
I suppose I could hone down the Vota-ization of the words I\'m posting here. I just keep experimenting with building words, and when I get something that sounds ok, I tend to just keep it, though sometimes I\'ll go back into it and delete or alter portions of it to see if all the extra phonemes are necessary.