[DECtalk] A DECtalk song I've made... again
Aksel Leo Christoffersen
aksel at blindsigtmail.dk
Fri Aug 2 01:13:39 EDT 2019
Yes, that was also why I made it, but I agree with Blake, that 4.3 is the best version in general.
Version 4.6.2 is not the same as 5.0, but they sounds similar.
Here's a demo file I made of each version.
Fra: Dectalk [mailto:dectalk-bounces at bluegrasspals.com] På vegne af Brandon Tyson
Sendt: 2. august 2019 02:49
Emne: Re: [DECtalk] A DECtalk song I've made... again
I'm listening to the 4.6.2 version and it sounds like the DecTalk 5.0
that's available for NVDA. Are they the same?
Is there somewhere where I can hear the 4.6.2 in more detail?
I have to say that the song sounds much better in the 4.6.2 version
because its pitches are matching with the music.
On 8/1/19, Blake Roberts <beroberts at hughes.net> wrote:
> I thought your dectalk 4.62 version of this song was interesting, mostly
> because that version of Dectalk sounds like it has a cold. I prefer 4.3 and
> 4.4 myself. Thank you for sharing this for comparison with the Dectalk 4.3
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Aksel Leo Christoffersen <aksel at blindsigtmail.dk>
> To: 'DECtalk' <dectalk at bluegrasspals.com>
> Sent: Sun, 21 Jul 2019 18:34:10 -0400 (EDT)
> Subject: [DECtalk] A DECtalk song I've made... again
> Hi, Some time ago, I posted a DECtalk song I’ve made on this list called
> This Is My Life, made by the danish band Gasolin’. Now, I’ve made the song
> with DECtalk 4.6.2. I choose to make it with this version, because it sounds
> so different from DECtalk 4.3, that I normaly use for my DECtalk songs.
> Also, it’s tuned a little bit down from DECtalk 4.3, so it fits well with
> the music. The voice it self is terrible however. First, for comparison,
> here’s a link again to the old DECtalk 4.3
> And here’s a link to the new version with DECtalk
> I used the exact same text as for the 4.3 version, except i changed the ”l”,
> phoneme to the ”ll”, phoneme. I look forward to hear your upinions. Best
> regards:Aksel Christoffersen
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