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Speech Synthesizer Manager Test with Fred

say -v Fred -r 600 "hello, this is a good time to listen."
-v

is for the synthesized voice

-v ?

outputs list of available voices along with sample text

-r

is for the rate of speech in words per minute

-f filename.txt

is for reading text within file

-o

is for audio output defaulting to .aiff format

--file-format ?

outputs list of available file formats though not all are supported by Speech Synthesizer Manager

--file-format caff

is for changing the file format of the output audio file

 

 

http://www.theverge.com/2015/8/18/9173041/stephen-hawking-intel-github-speech-software