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Generally, Mathematica is just not good at real-time anything. It was not designed for this. Audio processing has very strict requirements on latency. The delay between input and output must be tiny, on the order of milliseconds, otherwise the delay will be noticeable. Mathematica is simply not meant for this and doesn't have precise timing facilities. ...


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"<volume level=\"100\"> <emph> Update 2 ! </emph> <volume level=\"50\"> Some examples of text-to-speech <spell> xml </spell> tags that you can inject into the string input for Speak from <spell> XML TTS </spell> Tutorial. For example the following <spell> url </spell> is spelled out ...


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Update: These are some interesting infos since my previous post: Contrary to what I thought and wrote in the first version of this answer, Speak can handle pauses inside a text and many other features to fine tune the speech (see this recent post for more infos). The commands to fine tune the speech (like pause, speed of the speech, ...) depend on your ...


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This two-years-old question encouraged me to create a Mathematica activity for my Acoustics students, but it became so interesting, that I created SIX Mathematica activities, that start from manually ploting a spectrum, continue with importing a WAV file and approximating with a Fourier series (as was asked in this question) and finish with the complex ...



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