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Text To Speech with PIC Micro [Project]
posted October 22 2014 19:09.38 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Did you know that you can use a PIC24 and the SAM (Software Automatic Mouth) open source text-to-speech library to make your projects speak?

This is a port of the SAM Software Automatic Mouth open source text-to-speech project to the PIC24FJ64GA002 micro controller. Audio output is done using a 122 KHz PWM and the quality seems satisfactory. The video shows SAM trying to speak English words entered via a serial terminal, speak pre-configured demo text as well as "singing" the national anthem of the United States.
It also demonstrates the implementation capabilities of as well as its limitations, e.g. mispronunciation of common words due to the limited rule/phoneme database.

I haven't used this library myself but one day...


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