Speakup with espeak
Willem van der Walt
wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Mon Nov 19 08:58:24 UTC 2007
First make sure that espeak is speaking from the command line.
espeak "this is a test sentence."
and listen if it speaks.
It is possible to use ibm viavoice now called ttsynth.
I think it is $40 at capital accessability.
Rebooting is likely to be the easyest for restarting the programs.
Make sure that the addmodule line for espeak is uncommented.
On Sat, 17 Nov 2007, Daniel Dalton wrote:
> On 16/11/2007 9:41 PM, Willem van der Walt wrote:
> > and make espeak the default module.
> Ok what do I change it to? And what line?
> BTW Is it possible to use IBM synths? I saw an ibm line in there somewhere.
> If so is this eloquence?
> And how much does it cost? Or is it free?
> > Then restart speech-dispatcher and speechd-up
> How? I was rebooting.
> I adjust a default module line to both espeak and espeak_generic but received
> no speech.
> When putting it back to flite I got speech.
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