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Za!ppa
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28 2005 18:55    
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How do you make computer-speech (that is: speech that sounds like it's a computer talking - not speech trying to sound like a human) like in for example: http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=7138 ?

any pointers on programs, effects, ...?


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Walter Vos
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28 2005 20:58    
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textaloud, it's on nextup.com

i've used this a couple of times.


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Za!ppa
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28 2005 21:58    
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thanx, nice program.

But it looks to me like it's another one of those speech programs that tries to sound like real voices, and not like a computer. (machine, robot, ...)

Or maybe i misunderstood. Do you use this program first and then apply some effects to it, to make it sound computerish? If so, could you give me some pointers to how you do that?


[edit]I hope you guys know what i mean with "sound like a computer" . If not, try to check the link i gave with the example.[/edit]


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D Vibe
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28 2005 22:56    
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Haven't seen the demo (won't do it tonight either anyway), but I bet the effect you're searching for are "vocoder" .. Search for that on Google and you'll get a lots of hits.

With a vocoder you'll control a sound source with another sound source. Meaning that you can for example make a synth chord sound like it's speaking to you.

/Daniel


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Silas Rye
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 29 2005 00:25    
try this
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http://www.bell-labs.com/project/tts/voices.html
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Sunbuster
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 29 2005 01:02    
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Or maybe use a speech synthesizer first and the run a vocoder over it to get real freaky Shocked
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Za!ppa
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 30 2005 01:21    
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c-frog wrote:
Haven't seen the demo (won't do it tonight either anyway), but I bet the effect you're searching for are "vocoder" ..


Thanx, i think you are right!
I just downloaded analogx's vocoder, and it looks like it can do trippy things. Thank you!


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Inge
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 30 2005 09:36    
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Check out Orange Vocoder if you stumble upon it somewhere. Does really amazing work as a vocoder.


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