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Re: emacs +festival at debian




Hi,

From: fredm@chesf.gov.br
Subject: emacs +festival at debian
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2003 17:05:53 -0300

fredm> Hi,
fredm> 
fredm> Should I install one of that:
fredm> festvox-rablpc16k, festvox-rablpc8k, festvox-kallpc16k,
fredm> festvox-kallpc8k, festvox-kdlpc16k, festvox-kdlpc8k ???
        Shure you must do that !		   
fredm> Whats the diference between festival and festvox?
       Festival is only the speech engine (not exactly but
       in a first time it's enough to know that)
       but it needs voices (phonem librairies and such
       things) to function.
fredm> What should I do? Im new in that list.
       If your machine is powerful enough I strongly recommend
       to you to use festival. But you'll soon notice that
       the lisp code provided by festival is not
       enough to obtain a good sound feed back.
       If you've time have a look at my web page where
       I explain how to use other tools :
       http://www.pollock-nageoire.net/festival/
       (do not forget the / at the end !).

       Best regards

       Pierre

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