Female Voice using eSpeak

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This was pretty difficult to figure out… The eSpeak documentation isn’t all that good. espeak -ven-us+f4 -s170 “6 new wireless networks found” Use the -v option to specifiy a voice. After that you can provide the type of language, such as en or en-us. After that, add a plus, then either m or f, and… Read more »

Speech Synthesis and Bluetooth with Node.js

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The next two modules I will be building for Node.js are a speech synthesis and a Bluetooth wrapper. No, they won’t be doing the super low level stuff like talking directly to Bluetooth hardware or generating audio from english text. Instead they will be wrappers for existing open source programs. The Bluetooth module will work… Read more »