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hpr3461 :: Changes to HPR Branding

Rho'n, Dave and Ken read the entire email thread related to changing the HPR theme

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Tags: HPR, Branding, Intro, Outro.
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Part of the series: HPR Community News

A monthly look at what has been going on in the HPR community. This is a regular show scheduled for the first Monday of the month.

We didn't have time to tackle the discussion in last months community news so today we dedicate an entire show to reading out all the comments relating to the HPR Branding.

Your comments are appreciated !


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Comment #1 posted on 2021-11-08T01:54:16Z by Mike eSpeak Ray


I made a small error in my comment to the subject about branding. I said the bit between TTS and raucaus music was an advert for AHH, but of course it is for

Now, I like the TTS. It gives me the chance to decide early whether to carry on listening, or press delete and go to sleep.

But the current TTS engine/settings used are boring. She sounds like a woman who has been awake for a week continuously. No prosody, no intonation. eSpeak is much better IMHO.

It could also speak faster for me personally, a lot faster.

But I know all you photon-dependent types won't agree ;-)

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