[DECtalk] A few questions
nick at nickgawronski.com
Fri Oct 7 19:08:57 EDT 2005
Hi, well, that file is very interesting if you want to know what early
speech synthisizers sounded like. I did not know before listening to that
file other synthsizers could sing besides dectalk, and a few modern ones.
My web page is at http://www.nickgawronski.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Baechler" <tony at baechler.net>
To: "DECtalk Discussions" <dectalk at jaybird.no-ip.info>
Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2005 5:19 AM
Subject: Re: [DECtalk] A few questions
> Hello. I have that file and have listened to it already. It is
> interesting but I guess my question was unclear. Is there a USB demo or a
> 4.6.3 mp3 demo in the archive? I was asking the person with the new 4.6.3
> software if an mp3 file could be released so we could hear how it sounds.
> I followed that by asking for a thirdparty mp3 demo of the USB version or
> the 5.0 release. I know Access Solutions has a demo but it would be nice
> to have a less biased review. I am thinking of buyine one so it would be
> nice to hear first. The file you mentioned is very old and really doesn't
> demonstrate what I'm asking. Also it is hard to understand and doesn't
> cover anything from the 1990's on.
> At 05:41 AM 10/5/2005 -0400, you wrote:
>>For demonstrations of several speech synthesizers including those
>>here, please listen to the following file. This is from the DECtalk
>>Let me know if that URL isn't correct, and if it isn't, it's most likely a
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