How do I send audio to a file?

Chuck Hallenbeck chuckh at
Sat Mar 1 06:11:38 EST 2003

Festival includes a utility called "text2wave" for that purpose.
You need to redirect its output to a .wav file of your choosing.
The format is:

text2wave textfile.txt > wavefile.wav



On Fri, 28 Feb 2003, Janina Sajka wrote:

> If I run festival -tts [some_file.txt]
> I get to listen to festival speak thaat text file. But, I want to send
> that audio to a file, perhaps a .wav. How would I go about that? I tried
> piping it to arecord, but got nowhere and I don't quite understand why.

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