read the pdf that can be downloaded @
and if am not misreading
soPitchMod (= pmod ?) = 0-127
soRate (= rate ?) = 0-65535
was the answer to what i wanted to know
but someone also kindly posted me
> In my experience, in Classic:
> words per minute;
> usually between 150 and 180;
> max limits for perceptible change seem to be about 30 and 400.
yes i also think 65535 might be too huge
i wonder if PlainTalk can really handle it
and that someone also informed me of this:
which is the amswer to this ?
> By the way, a few years back, I stumbled upon some web page that had
> entire songs made up of two speech voices. The web page simply had all
> the "instructions" (set volume, rate, pitch, etc.). It was really
> cool. I don't have the link anymore, but I'm sure it must still exist
in the pdf
it says about pmod like this:
Given a speech pitch
value of 46.000, a pitch modulation of 2.000 would mean that the
widest possible range of pitches corresponding to the actual
frequency of generated text would be 44.000 to 48.000.
This selector works with both the GetSpeechInfo and SetSpeechInfo
functions and does not move memory.
was using pmod to lowgrade "Kathy"'s skill to sing in the right pitch
(oops no i only knew that it was a parameter for bringing out weirdness)
how i wonder what SimpleText was doing
when i wrote down
in the script
thanks any way
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