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Re: [Chris Brannon] Re: espeak voicing issue



> "Robert D. Crawford" <rdc1x@comcast.net> writes:
>
>> Very new.  Perhaps a downgrade to an earlier version will make a
>> difference?  Do you see a intermittent problem with voice locking there?
>> Sometimes the default voice is used when something else should be, like
>
> Right.  Also, the voice parameters sometimes become "wedged".  I've
> seen ESpeak lock itself into one of the very low-volume configurations.
> I have to turn up the headphones to understand it.
> Emacspeak controls the voice by sending SSML tags to ESpeak, and
> this may be part of the problem.  Perhaps the SSML isn't
> well-formed?

I can't speak on that.  Perhaps someone who knows more can elaborate.

On another note, I have some more issues, this time concerning the build
of the espeak server.  I'll get back with the list when I get some time
to send a proper mail.

rdc
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Robert D. Crawford                                      rdc1x@comcast.net

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