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22nd May 2003, 03:28
is there a program to record digital voices to mp3 format (text to speech) with different voice options? free hopefully
22nd May 2003, 06:50
Try Google (http://www.google.com) with 'Microsoft Text Speech' as search criteria.
You'll need to supply a third party recorder.
Google might help with that that, too.
22nd May 2003, 21:32
i cant figure that out is there somthing easyer?
22nd May 2003, 21:42
I could make it real easy and go to your house and do it for you. Only $200 per hour.
Real simple...real easy :p
22nd May 2003, 23:23
been saving this url for a while: http://www.research.att.com/projects/tts/demo.html that is a web-based version of AT&T's text to speech engine (which IMO and in everyone elses sounds a hell of a lot better than MS's engine.) select a voice, eneter your text, click the button, and you get a wav file with that text you wanted. get an audio editor, mix multiple files together as needed, and re-encode to mp3. you are set.
22nd May 2003, 23:37
Yeah, MS's text-to-speak agent is kinda weak.
23rd May 2003, 00:19
That ATT one isn't too bad.. Haha.. the spanish "Rosa" voice does spanish very well...
23rd May 2003, 07:36
You can do queit funny thing with this "text to spech" DEMO...I just make a funny intro that I proberly dont gone use, but here it is, listen if you dear
I think evryone gone run if they here this.....lol
listen if dear!!!
23rd May 2003, 07:44
Haha..... yes... scary indeed.
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