[Hpr] speech synthesis during intro

Ken Fallon ken at fallon.ie
Thu Feb 11 08:18:23 PST 2016


-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA256

On 2016-02-11 17:11, David L. Willson wrote:
> I sometimes find the speech synthesis during the header/intro of the
> episodes hard to understand.
> 
> I just found "say". I don't know if it's all in my head, but this seem
s
> perfectly clear to me. Actually, on trying a longer sample, it's not
> *perfectly* clear, but it does still seem *more* clear
> 
> How is the currrent intro created? I'd like to compare it with 'say'.

http://gitlab.anhonesthost.com/HPR/HPR_Public_Code/blob/master/workflow/
hprtranscode

Specifically line 221

echo "$HPR_summary" - | espeak -w hpr${ep_num}_summary.wav


> Also, am I asking this question in the right place?

Yes


Regards,

Ken Fallon
http://kenfallon.com
http://hackerpublicradio.org/correspondents.php?hostid=30
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v2
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=weFz
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----




More information about the Hpr mailing list