Changing wpm setting of flite
ace at tundra-com.net
Sun Jun 20 18:00:27 EDT 2004
If you wouldn't mind sending me them, I'd appreciate it. Also, where would
I get the synth? Is there any way that I might hear what it sounds like
before I attempt to use it? I'd rather use software synth than this DEC
Express I have.
At 09:47 AM 6/20/04, you wrote:
>I'm using the flite synthesizer for software speech, and I don't
>remember all the steps in getting it setup because it was like 4 in
>the morning the night I got around to setting it up.
>There are lots of posts in the archives regarding this though so
>looking back may help.
>I've saved some posts from the list I could forward you if you'd like
>On Sun, Jun 20, 2004 at 11:23:36AM -0700, ace
> > What synthesizer are you using for software speech? I am interested and
> > might try it out once I get my Linux box up and running. Are there
> > instructions somewhere describing how to set it up?
> > At 05:02 AM 6/20/04, you wrote:
> > >Hi guys.
> > >I've been using software speech with Speakup for a while and am getting
> > >use to it.
> > >I figured out how to change the speed setting by modifying the main
> > >speech-dispatcher config file and setting the speech rate to 100.
> > >How can I make the speech go faster than this setting?
> > >I know with emacspeak I can set the words per minute setting of the synth
> > >and make it go faster than I currently can now.
> > >Is there a way I can access flite's speed setting directly so I could
> > >set it to 400 or 425 wpm?
> > >
> > >Thanks,
> > >Tom
> > >
> > >
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