SteveB Posted August 21, 2022 Share Posted August 21, 2022 Hi, with some hints from @arcadeshopper , the TI-Trek video of @pixelpedant and a posting from @HOME AUTOMATION about the first three bytes of CALL SPGET I was able to get my first custom words out of XB and the Speech Synthesizer. I used Python_Wizard to create the LPC code out of a 1 sec 16 bit Mono WAV file, 203 bytes. I thought I had the volume to the maximum without clipping. But the result is in low volume and leaves some room for improvement. I did not use any tuning parameters in the beginning, but then -V and -p as they looked easy. I am still not completely happy with the result, but a little proud that I got so far. How shold I process an audio file for best output? Compressor? Vocoder? Has someone any hints on the parameters like WindowWidth, PitchRange, Framerate, PreemphasisAlpha, subMultipleThreshold ...? What are usefull starting points and what do they influence? Here is my little XB demo: venkman PS: Perhaps Pixelpedant was right on TI-Treck ... samples from movies / TV-shows are sub-optimal sound-sources... 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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