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Re: The ViaVoice tts



Hi Lucas,
The attached text file was made by copying and pasting Raman's blog on
Voice Locking and ACSS. I visited the site  using the w3m mode.

Things should start going wrong from line 13 onwards.
Hope you can track this one down.
Cheers.
Kalyan

raman's blog on voice locking






Lukas Loehrer writes:
 > Hi Kalyan,
 > 
 > I am also getting such strange spurious speech sometimes with
 > viavoice. Unlike me, you seem to be able to reproduce the problem. Can
 > you produce a short text file that shows the problem when read with
 > emacspeak and viavoice?
 > 
 > Lukas
 > 
 > Kalyan Mukherjea writes ("The ViaVoice tts"):
 > > Hi, 
 > > I have been trying to use the ViaVoice tts and coming up with a really
 > > strange phenomenon which neither Tim  nor  Robert D. Crawford have
 > > reported during the course of their discussions on this list.
 > > 
 > > I am running  a Fedora Core 3 system and have installed ViaVoice from
 > > the rtk which Oralux plan to use for their Oralux Gold CD. I am
 > > running VV using the OS simulation.
 > > 
 > > The problem is one of "spurious output".
 > > Let me explain with a specific instance.
 > > 
 > > Trying to listen to Raman's blog on Voice locking and ACSS
 > > 
 > > after line 13:
 > > ` 4. The numbers in voice-bolden-settings as an example:'
 > > I hear "a circumflex inverted exlamation point" repeated several times and
 > > the explanation following becomes impossible to figure out because of
 > > this spuriae.
 > >      Trying  out the voice sampler I can see how the voice locking can
 > >      make for a much enhanced audio desktop but unless this current
 > >      problem is resolved, it is not clear how useful this tts  will 
 > > 
 > >  b.
 > > 
 > > Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 > > Cheers. 
 > > Kalyan
 > > 
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