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  1. #76
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    I feel really stupid. I've tried the following code on my Teensy 3.2 expecting the PWM voice output to appear on pin 9 (a PWM pin).
    Code:
    #include <Arduino.h>
    
    // Talkie library
    // Copyright 2011 Peter Knight
    // This code is released under GPLv2 license.
    //
    //
    // A female voice with an American accent
    //
    
    #include <Talkie.h>
    
    Talkie voice;
    
    const uint8_t spTHE[]       PROGMEM = {0x08,0xE8,0x3E,0x55,0x01,0xC3,0x86,0x27,0xAF,0x72,0x0D,0x4D,0x97,0xD5,0xBC,0x64,0x3C,0xF2,0x5C,0x51,0xF1,0x93,0x36,0x8F,0x4F,0x59,0x2A,0x42,0x7A,0x32,0xC3,0x64,0xFF,0x3F};
    const uint8_t spTIME[]      PROGMEM = {0x0E,0x28,0xAC,0x2D,0x01,0x5D,0xB6,0x0D,0x33,0xF3,0x54,0xB3,0x60,0xBA,0x8C,0x54,0x5C,0xCD,0x2D,0xD4,0x32,0x73,0x0F,0x8E,0x34,0x33,0xCB,0x4A,0x25,0xD4,0x25,0x83,0x2C,0x2B,0xD5,0x50,0x97,0x08,0x32,0xEC,0xD4,0xDC,0x4C,0x33,0xC8,0x70,0x73,0x0F,0x33,0xCD,0x20,0xC3,0xCB,0x43,0xDD,0x3C,0xCD,0x8C,0x20,0x77,0x89,0xF4,0x94,0xB2,0xE2,0xE2,0x35,0x22,0x5D,0xD6,0x4A,0x8A,0x96,0xCC,0x36,0x25,0x2D,0xC9,0x9A,0x7B,0xC2,0x18,0x87,0x24,0x4B,0x1C,0xC9,0x50,0x19,0x92,0x2C,0x71,0x34,0x4B,0x45,0x8A,0x8B,0xC4,0x96,0xB6,0x5A,0x29,0x2A,0x92,0x5A,0xCA,0x53,0x96,0x20,0x05,0x09,0xF5,0x92,0x5D,0xBC,0xE8,0x58,0x4A,0xDD,0xAE,0x73,0xBD,0x65,0x4B,0x8D,0x78,0xCA,0x2B,0x4E,0xD8,0xD9,0xED,0x22,0x20,0x06,0x75,0x00,0x00,0x80,0xFF,0x07};
    const uint8_t spIS[]        PROGMEM = {0x21,0x18,0x96,0x38,0xB7,0x14,0x8D,0x60,0x3A,0xA6,0xE8,0x51,0xB4,0xDC,0x2E,0x48,0x7B,0x5A,0xF1,0x70,0x1B,0xA3,0xEC,0x09,0xC6,0xCB,0xEB,0x92,0x3D,0xA7,0x69,0x1F,0xAF,0x71,0x89,0x9C,0xA2,0xB3,0xFC,0xCA,0x35,0x72,0x9A,0xD1,0xF0,0xAB,0x12,0xB3,0x2B,0xC6,0xCD,0x4F,0xCC,0x32,0x26,0x19,0x07,0xDF,0x0B,0x8F,0xB8,0xA4,0xED,0x7C,0xCF,0x23,0x62,0x8B,0x8E,0xF1,0x23,0x0A,0x8B,0x6E,0xCB,0xCE,0xEF,0x54,0x44,0x3C,0xDC,0x08,0x60,0x0B,0x37,0x01,0x1C,0x53,0x26,0x80,0x15,0x4E,0x14,0xB0,0x54,0x2B,0x02,0xA4,0x69,0xFF,0x7F};
    const uint8_t spA_M_[]      PROGMEM = {0xCD,0xEF,0x86,0xAB,0x57,0x6D,0x0F,0xAF,0x71,0xAD,0x49,0x55,0x3C,0xFC,0x2E,0xC5,0xB7,0x5C,0xF1,0xF2,0x87,0x66,0xDD,0x4E,0xC5,0xC3,0xEF,0x92,0xE2,0x3A,0x65,0xB7,0xA0,0x09,0xAA,0x1B,0x97,0x54,0x82,0x2E,0x28,0x77,0x5C,0x52,0x09,0x1A,0xA3,0xB8,0x76,0x49,0x25,0x68,0x8C,0x73,0xDB,0x24,0x95,0xA0,0x32,0xA9,0x6B,0xA7,0xD9,0x82,0x26,0xA9,0x76,0x42,0xD6,0x08,0xBA,0xE1,0xE8,0x0E,0x5A,0x2B,0xEA,0x9E,0x3D,0x27,0x18,0xAD,0xA8,0x07,0xF1,0x98,0x90,0x35,0xA2,0x96,0x44,0xA3,0x5D,0x66,0x8B,0x6B,0x12,0xCD,0x32,0x85,0x25,0xC9,0x81,0x2D,0xC3,0x64,0x85,0x34,0x58,0x89,0x94,0x52,0x1C,0x52,0x2F,0x35,0xDA,0xC7,0x51,0x48,0x23,0x97,0xCC,0x2C,0x97,0x2E,0xF3,0x5C,0xF3,0xA2,0x14,0xBA,0x2C,0x48,0xCE,0xCA,0x76,0xE8,0x32,0x2F,0x34,0xB2,0xDB,0x85,0xC9,0x83,0x90,0xA8,0x2C,0x57,0x26,0x8F,0x9C,0xBD,0xA2,0x53,0xD9,0xC2,0x54,0x59,0x28,0x99,0x4B,0x2C,0x5D,0xFF,0x3F};
    //const uint8_t spP_M_[]      PROGMEM = {0x0E,0x98,0x41,0x54,0x00,0x43,0xA0,0x05,0xAB,0x42,0x8E,0x1D,0xA3,0x15,0xEC,0x4E,0x58,0xF7,0x92,0x66,0x70,0x1B,0x66,0xDB,0x73,0x99,0xC1,0xEB,0x98,0xED,0xD6,0x25,0x25,0x6F,0x70,0x92,0xDD,0x64,0xD8,0xFC,0x61,0xD0,0x66,0x83,0xD6,0x0A,0x86,0x23,0xAB,0x69,0xDA,0x2B,0x18,0x9E,0x3D,0x37,0x69,0x9D,0xA8,0x07,0x71,0x9F,0xA0,0xBD,0xA2,0x16,0xD5,0x7C,0x54,0xF6,0x88,0x6B,0x54,0x8B,0x34,0x49,0x2D,0x29,0x49,0x3C,0x34,0x64,0xA5,0x24,0x1B,0x36,0xD7,0x72,0x13,0x92,0xA4,0xC4,0x2D,0xC3,0xB3,0x4B,0xA3,0x62,0x0F,0x2B,0x37,0x6E,0x8B,0x5A,0xD4,0x3D,0xDD,0x9A,0x2D,0x50,0x93,0xF6,0x4C,0xAA,0xB6,0xC4,0x85,0x3B,0xB2,0xB1,0xD8,0x93,0x20,0x4D,0x8F,0x24,0xFF,0x0F};
    //const uint8_t spOH[]        PROGMEM = {0xC6,0xC9,0x71,0x5A,0xA2,0x92,0x14,0x2F,0x6E,0x97,0x9C,0x46,0x9D,0xDC,0xB0,0x4D,0x62,0x1B,0x55,0x70,0xDD,0x55,0xBE,0x0E,0x36,0xC1,0x33,0x37,0xA9,0xA7,0x51,0x1B,0xCF,0x3C,0xA5,0x9E,0x44,0xAC,0x3C,0x7D,0x98,0x7B,0x52,0x96,0x72,0x65,0x4B,0xF6,0x1A,0xD9,0xCA,0xF5,0x91,0x2D,0xA2,0x2A,0x4B,0xF7,0xFF,0x01};
    //const uint8_t spOCLOCK[]    PROGMEM = {0x21,0x4E,0x3D,0xB8,0x2B,0x19,0xBB,0x24,0x0E,0xE5,0xEC,0x60,0xE4,0xF2,0x90,0x13,0xD4,0x2A,0x11,0x80,0x00,0x42,0x69,0x26,0x40,0xD0,0x2B,0x04,0x68,0xE0,0x4D,0x00,0x3A,0x35,0x35,0x33,0xB6,0x51,0xD9,0x64,0x34,0x82,0xB4,0x9A,0x63,0x92,0x55,0x89,0x52,0x5B,0xCA,0x2E,0x34,0x25,0x4E,0x63,0x28,0x3A,0x50,0x95,0x26,0x8D,0xE6,0xAA,0x64,0x58,0xEA,0x92,0xCE,0xC2,0x46,0x15,0x9B,0x86,0xCD,0x2A,0x2E,0x37,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x0C,0xC8,0xDD,0x05,0x01,0xB9,0x33,0x21,0xA0,0x74,0xD7,0xFF,0x07};
    //const uint8_t spONE[]       PROGMEM = {0xCC,0x67,0x75,0x42,0x59,0x5D,0x3A,0x4F,0x9D,0x36,0x63,0xB7,0x59,0xDC,0x30,0x5B,0x5C,0x23,0x61,0xF3,0xE2,0x1C,0xF1,0xF0,0x98,0xC3,0x4B,0x7D,0x39,0xCA,0x1D,0x2C,0x2F,0xB7,0x15,0xEF,0x70,0x79,0xBC,0xD2,0x46,0x7C,0x52,0xE5,0xF1,0x4A,0x6A,0xB3,0x71,0x47,0xC3,0x2D,0x39,0x34,0x4B,0x23,0x35,0xB7,0x7A,0x55,0x33,0x8F,0x59,0xDC,0xA2,0x44,0xB5,0xBC,0x66,0x72,0x8B,0x64,0xF5,0xF6,0x98,0xC1,0x4D,0x42,0xD4,0x27,0x62,0x38,0x2F,0x4A,0xB6,0x9C,0x88,0x68,0xBC,0xA6,0x95,0xF8,0x5C,0xA1,0x09,0x86,0x77,0x91,0x11,0x5B,0xFF,0x0F};
    //const uint8_t spTWO[]       PROGMEM = {0x0E,0x38,0x6E,0x25,0x00,0xA3,0x0D,0x3A,0xA0,0x37,0xC5,0xA0,0x05,0x9E,0x56,0x35,0x86,0xAA,0x5E,0x8C,0xA4,0x82,0xB2,0xD7,0x74,0x31,0x22,0x69,0xAD,0x1C,0xD3,0xC1,0xD0,0xFA,0x28,0x2B,0x2D,0x47,0xC3,0x1B,0xC2,0xC4,0xAE,0xC6,0xCD,0x9C,0x48,0x53,0x9A,0xFF,0x0F};
    //const uint8_t spTHREE[]     PROGMEM = {0x02,0xD8,0x2E,0x9C,0x01,0xDB,0xA6,0x33,0x60,0xFB,0x30,0x01,0xEC,0x20,0x12,0x8C,0xE4,0xD8,0xCA,0x32,0x96,0x73,0x63,0x41,0x39,0x89,0x98,0xC1,0x4D,0x0D,0xED,0xB0,0x2A,0x05,0x37,0x0F,0xB4,0xA5,0xAE,0x5C,0xDC,0x36,0xD0,0x83,0x2F,0x4A,0x71,0x7B,0x03,0xF7,0x38,0x59,0xCD,0xED,0x1E,0xB4,0x6B,0x14,0x35,0xB7,0x6B,0x94,0x99,0x91,0xD5,0xDC,0x26,0x48,0x77,0x4B,0x66,0x71,0x1B,0x21,0xDB,0x2D,0x8A,0xC9,0x6D,0x88,0xFC,0x26,0x28,0x3A,0xB7,0x21,0xF4,0x1F,0xA3,0x65,0xBC,0x02,0x38,0xBB,0x3D,0x8E,0xF0,0x2B,0xE2,0x08,0xB7,0x34,0xFF,0x0F};
    //const uint8_t spFOUR[]      PROGMEM = {0x0C,0x18,0xB6,0x9A,0x01,0xC3,0x75,0x09,0x60,0xD8,0x0E,0x09,0x30,0xA0,0x9B,0xB6,0xA0,0xBB,0xB0,0xAA,0x16,0x4E,0x82,0xEB,0xEA,0xA9,0xFA,0x59,0x49,0x9E,0x59,0x23,0x9A,0x27,0x3B,0x78,0x66,0xAE,0x4A,0x9C,0x9C,0xE0,0x99,0xD3,0x2A,0xBD,0x72,0x92,0xEF,0xE6,0x88,0xE4,0x45,0x4D,0x7E,0x98,0x2D,0x62,0x67,0x37,0xF9,0xA1,0x37,0xA7,0x6C,0x94,0xE4,0xC7,0x1E,0xDC,0x3C,0xA5,0x83,0x1F,0x8B,0xEB,0x52,0x0E,0x0E,0x7E,0x2E,0x4E,0xC7,0x31,0xD2,0x79,0xA5,0x3A,0x0D,0xD9,0xC4,0xFF,0x07};
    //const uint8_t spFIVE[]      PROGMEM = {0x02,0xE8,0x3E,0x8C,0x01,0xDD,0x65,0x08,0x60,0x98,0x4C,0x06,0x34,0x93,0xCE,0x80,0xE6,0xDA,0x9A,0x14,0x6B,0xAA,0x47,0xD1,0x5E,0x56,0xAA,0x6D,0x56,0xCD,0x78,0xD9,0xA9,0x1C,0x67,0x05,0x83,0xE1,0xA4,0xBA,0x38,0xEE,0x16,0x86,0x9B,0xFA,0x60,0x87,0x5B,0x18,0x6E,0xEE,0x8B,0x1D,0x6E,0x61,0xB9,0x69,0x36,0x65,0xBA,0x8D,0xE5,0xE5,0x3E,0x1C,0xE9,0x0E,0x96,0x9B,0x5B,0xAB,0x95,0x2B,0x58,0x6E,0xCE,0xE5,0x3A,0x6A,0xF3,0xB8,0x35,0x84,0x7B,0x05,0xA3,0xE3,0x36,0xEF,0x92,0x19,0xB4,0x86,0xDB,0xB4,0x69,0xB4,0xD1,0x2A,0x4E,0x65,0x9A,0x99,0xCE,0x28,0xD9,0x85,0x71,0x4C,0x18,0x6D,0x67,0x47,0xC6,0x5E,0x53,0x4A,0x9C,0xB5,0xE2,0x85,0x45,0x26,0xFE,0x7F};
    const uint8_t spSIX[]       PROGMEM = {0x0E,0xD8,0xAE,0xDD,0x03,0x0E,0x38,0xA6,0xD2,0x01,0xD3,0xB4,0x2C,0xAD,0x6A,0x35,0x9D,0xB1,0x7D,0xDC,0xEE,0xC4,0x65,0xD7,0xF1,0x72,0x47,0x24,0xB3,0x19,0xD9,0xD9,0x05,0x70,0x40,0x49,0xEA,0x02,0x98,0xBE,0x42,0x01,0xDF,0xA4,0x69,0x40,0x00,0xDF,0x95,0xFC,0x3F};
    //const uint8_t spSEVEN[]     PROGMEM = {0x02,0xB8,0x3A,0x8C,0x01,0xDF,0xA4,0x73,0x40,0x01,0x47,0xB9,0x2F,0x33,0x3B,0x73,0x5F,0x53,0x7C,0xEC,0x9A,0xC5,0x63,0xD5,0xD1,0x75,0xAE,0x5B,0xFC,0x64,0x5C,0x35,0x87,0x91,0xF1,0x83,0x36,0xB5,0x68,0x55,0xC5,0x6F,0xDA,0x45,0x2D,0x1C,0x2D,0xB7,0x38,0x37,0x9F,0x60,0x3C,0xBC,0x9A,0x85,0xA3,0x25,0x66,0xF7,0x8A,0x57,0x1C,0xA9,0x67,0x56,0xCA,0x5E,0xF0,0xB2,0x16,0xB2,0xF1,0x89,0xCE,0x8B,0x92,0x25,0xC7,0x2B,0x33,0xCF,0x48,0xB1,0x99,0xB4,0xF3,0xFF};
    //const uint8_t spEIGHT[]     PROGMEM = {0xC3,0x6C,0x86,0xB3,0x27,0x6D,0x0F,0xA7,0x48,0x99,0x4E,0x55,0x3C,0xBC,0x22,0x65,0x36,0x4D,0xD1,0xF0,0x32,0xD3,0xBE,0x34,0xDA,0xC3,0xEB,0x82,0xE2,0xDA,0x65,0x35,0xAF,0x31,0xF2,0x6B,0x97,0x95,0xBC,0x86,0xD8,0x6F,0x82,0xA6,0x73,0x0B,0xC6,0x9E,0x72,0x99,0xCC,0xCB,0x02,0xAD,0x3C,0x9A,0x10,0x60,0xAB,0x62,0x05,0x2C,0x37,0x84,0x00,0xA9,0x73,0x00,0x00,0xFE,0x1F};
    //const uint8_t spNINE[]      PROGMEM = {0xCC,0xA1,0x26,0xBB,0x83,0x93,0x18,0xCF,0x4A,0xAD,0x2E,0x31,0xED,0x3C,0xA7,0x24,0x26,0xC3,0x54,0xF1,0x92,0x64,0x8B,0x8A,0x98,0xCB,0x2B,0x2E,0x34,0x53,0x2D,0x0E,0x2F,0x57,0xB3,0x0C,0x0D,0x3C,0xBC,0x3C,0x4C,0x4B,0xCA,0xF4,0xF0,0x72,0x0F,0x6E,0x49,0x53,0xCD,0xCB,0x53,0x2D,0x35,0x4D,0x0F,0x2F,0x0F,0xD7,0x0C,0x0D,0x3D,0xBC,0xDC,0x4D,0xD3,0xDD,0xC2,0xF0,0x72,0x52,0x4F,0x57,0x9B,0xC3,0xAB,0x89,0xBD,0x42,0x2D,0x0F,0xAF,0x5A,0xD1,0x71,0x91,0x55,0xBC,0x2C,0xC5,0x3B,0xD8,0x65,0xF2,0x82,0x94,0x18,0x4E,0x3B,0xC1,0x73,0x42,0x32,0x33,0x15,0x45,0x4F,0x79,0x52,0x6A,0x55,0xA6,0xA3,0xFF,0x07};
    //const uint8_t spTEN[]       PROGMEM = {0x0E,0xD8,0xB1,0xDD,0x01,0x3D,0xA8,0x24,0x7B,0x04,0x27,0x76,0x77,0xDC,0xEC,0xC2,0xC5,0x23,0x84,0xCD,0x72,0x9A,0x51,0xF7,0x62,0x45,0xC7,0xEB,0x4E,0x35,0x4A,0x14,0x2D,0xBF,0x45,0xB6,0x0A,0x75,0xB8,0xFC,0x16,0xD9,0x2A,0xD9,0xD6,0x0A,0x5A,0x10,0xCD,0xA2,0x48,0x23,0xA8,0x81,0x35,0x4B,0x2C,0xA7,0x20,0x69,0x0A,0xAF,0xB6,0x15,0x82,0xA4,0x29,0x3C,0xC7,0x52,0x08,0xA2,0x22,0xCF,0x68,0x4B,0x2E,0xF0,0x8A,0xBD,0xA3,0x2C,0xAB,0x40,0x1B,0xCE,0xAA,0xB2,0x6C,0x82,0x40,0x4D,0x7D,0xC2,0x89,0x88,0x8A,0x61,0xCC,0x74,0xD5,0xFF,0x0F};
    const uint8_t spELEVEN[]    PROGMEM = {0xC3,0xCD,0x76,0x5C,0xAE,0x14,0x0F,0x37,0x9B,0x71,0xDE,0x92,0x55,0xBC,0x2C,0x27,0x70,0xD3,0x76,0xF0,0x83,0x5E,0xA3,0x5E,0x5A,0xC1,0xF7,0x61,0x58,0xA7,0x19,0x35,0x3F,0x99,0x31,0xDE,0x52,0x74,0xFC,0xA2,0x26,0x64,0x4B,0xD1,0xF1,0xAB,0xAE,0xD0,0x2D,0xC5,0xC7,0x2F,0x36,0xDD,0x27,0x15,0x0F,0x3F,0xD9,0x08,0x9F,0x62,0xE4,0xC2,0x2C,0xD4,0xD8,0xD3,0x89,0x0B,0x1B,0x57,0x11,0x0B,0x3B,0xC5,0xCF,0xD6,0xCC,0xC6,0x64,0x35,0xAF,0x18,0x73,0x1F,0xA1,0x5D,0xBC,0x62,0x45,0xB3,0x45,0x51,0xF0,0xA2,0x62,0xAB,0x4A,0x5B,0xC9,0x4B,0x8A,0x2D,0xB3,0x6C,0x06,0x2F,0x29,0xB2,0xAC,0x8A,0x18,0xBC,0x28,0xD9,0xAA,0xD2,0x92,0xF1,0xBC,0xE0,0x98,0x8C,0x48,0xCC,0x17,0x52,0xA3,0x27,0x6D,0x93,0xD0,0x4B,0x8E,0x0E,0x77,0x02,0x00,0xFF,0x0F};
    //const uint8_t spTWELVE[]    PROGMEM = {0x06,0x28,0x46,0xD3,0x01,0x25,0x06,0x13,0x20,0xBA,0x70,0x70,0xB6,0x79,0xCA,0x36,0xAE,0x28,0x38,0xE1,0x29,0xC5,0x35,0xA3,0xE6,0xC4,0x16,0x6A,0x53,0x8C,0x97,0x9B,0x72,0x86,0x4F,0x28,0x1A,0x6E,0x0A,0x59,0x36,0xAE,0x68,0xF8,0x29,0x67,0xFA,0x06,0xA3,0x16,0xC4,0x96,0xE6,0x53,0xAC,0x5A,0x9C,0x56,0x72,0x77,0x31,0x4E,0x49,0x5C,0x8D,0x5B,0x29,0x3B,0x24,0x61,0x1E,0x6C,0x9B,0x6C,0x97,0xF8,0xA7,0x34,0x19,0x92,0x4C,0x62,0x9E,0x72,0x65,0x58,0x12,0xB1,0x7E,0x09,0xD5,0x2E,0x53,0xC5,0xBA,0x36,0x6B,0xB9,0x2D,0x17,0x05,0xEE,0x9A,0x6E,0x8E,0x05,0x50,0x6C,0x19,0x07,0x18,0x50,0xBD,0x3B,0x01,0x92,0x08,0x41,0x40,0x10,0xA6,0xFF,0x0F};
    //const uint8_t spTHIRTEEN[]  PROGMEM = {0x08,0xE8,0x2C,0x15,0x01,0x43,0x07,0x13,0xE0,0x98,0xB4,0xA6,0x35,0xA9,0x1E,0xDE,0x56,0x8E,0x53,0x9C,0x7A,0xE7,0xCA,0x5E,0x76,0x8D,0x94,0xE5,0x2B,0xAB,0xD9,0xB5,0x62,0xA4,0x9C,0xE4,0xE6,0xB4,0x41,0x1E,0x7C,0xB6,0x93,0xD7,0x16,0x99,0x5A,0xCD,0x61,0x76,0x55,0xC2,0x91,0x61,0x1B,0xC0,0x01,0x5D,0x85,0x05,0xE0,0x68,0x51,0x07,0x1C,0xA9,0x64,0x80,0x1D,0x4C,0x9C,0x95,0x88,0xD4,0x04,0x3B,0x4D,0x4E,0x21,0x5C,0x93,0xA8,0x26,0xB9,0x05,0x4B,0x6E,0xA0,0xE2,0xE4,0x57,0xC2,0xB9,0xC1,0xB2,0x93,0x5F,0x09,0xD7,0x24,0xCB,0x4E,0x41,0x25,0x54,0x1D,0x62,0x3B,0x05,0x8D,0x52,0x57,0xAA,0xAD,0x10,0x24,0x26,0xE3,0xE1,0x36,0x5D,0x10,0x85,0xB4,0x97,0x85,0x72,0x41,0x14,0x52,0x5E,0x1A,0xCA,0xF9,0x91,0x6B,0x7A,0x5B,0xC4,0xE0,0x17,0x2D,0x54,0x1D,0x92,0x8C,0x1F,0x25,0x4B,0x8F,0xB2,0x16,0x41,0xA1,0x4A,0x3E,0xE6,0xFA,0xFF,0x01};
    //const uint8_t spFOURTEEN[]  PROGMEM = {0x0C,0x58,0xAE,0x5C,0x01,0xD9,0x87,0x07,0x51,0xB7,0x25,0xB3,0x8A,0x15,0x2C,0xF7,0x1C,0x35,0x87,0x4D,0xB2,0xDD,0x53,0xCE,0x28,0x2B,0xC9,0x0E,0x97,0x2D,0xBD,0x2A,0x17,0x27,0x76,0x8E,0xD2,0x9A,0x6C,0x80,0x94,0x71,0x00,0x00,0x02,0xB0,0x58,0x58,0x00,0x9E,0x0B,0x0A,0xC0,0xB2,0xCE,0xC1,0xC8,0x98,0x7A,0x52,0x95,0x24,0x2B,0x11,0xED,0x36,0xD4,0x92,0xDC,0x4C,0xB5,0xC7,0xC8,0x53,0xF1,0x2A,0xE5,0x1A,0x17,0x55,0xC5,0xAF,0x94,0xBB,0xCD,0x1C,0x26,0xBF,0x52,0x9A,0x72,0x53,0x98,0xFC,0xC2,0x68,0xD2,0x4D,0x61,0xF0,0xA3,0x90,0xB6,0xD6,0x50,0xC1,0x8F,0x42,0xDA,0x4A,0x43,0x39,0x3F,0x48,0x2D,0x6B,0x33,0xF9,0xFF};
    //const uint8_t spFIFTEEN[]   PROGMEM = {0x08,0xE8,0x2A,0x0D,0x01,0xDD,0xBA,0x31,0x60,0x6A,0xF7,0xA0,0xAE,0x54,0xAA,0x5A,0x76,0x97,0xD9,0x34,0x69,0xEF,0x32,0x1E,0x66,0xE1,0xE2,0xB3,0x43,0xA9,0x18,0x55,0x92,0x4E,0x37,0x2D,0x67,0x6F,0xDF,0xA2,0x5A,0xB6,0x04,0x30,0x55,0xA8,0x00,0x86,0x09,0xE7,0x00,0x01,0x16,0x17,0x05,0x70,0x40,0x57,0xE5,0x01,0xF8,0x21,0x34,0x00,0xD3,0x19,0x33,0x80,0x89,0x9A,0x62,0x34,0x4C,0xD5,0x49,0xAE,0x8B,0x53,0x09,0xF7,0x26,0xD9,0x6A,0x7E,0x23,0x5C,0x13,0x12,0xB3,0x04,0x9D,0x50,0x4F,0xB1,0xAD,0x14,0x15,0xC2,0xD3,0xA1,0xB6,0x42,0x94,0xA8,0x8C,0x87,0xDB,0x74,0xB1,0x70,0x59,0xE1,0x2E,0xC9,0xC5,0x81,0x5B,0x55,0xA4,0x4C,0x17,0x47,0xC1,0x6D,0xE3,0x81,0x53,0x9C,0x84,0x6A,0x46,0xD9,0x4C,0x51,0x31,0x42,0xD9,0x66,0xC9,0x44,0x85,0x29,0x6A,0x9B,0xAD,0xFF,0x07};
    //const uint8_t spSIXTEEN[]   PROGMEM = {0x0A,0x58,0x5A,0x5D,0x00,0x93,0x97,0x0B,0x60,0xA9,0x48,0x05,0x0C,0x15,0xAE,0x80,0xAD,0x3D,0x14,0x30,0x7D,0xD9,0x50,0x92,0x92,0xAC,0x0D,0xC5,0xCD,0x2A,0x82,0xAA,0x3B,0x98,0x04,0xB3,0x4A,0xC8,0x9A,0x90,0x05,0x09,0x68,0x51,0xD4,0x01,0x23,0x9F,0x1A,0x60,0xA9,0x12,0x03,0xDC,0x50,0x81,0x80,0x22,0xDC,0x20,0x00,0xCB,0x06,0x3A,0x60,0x16,0xE3,0x64,0x64,0x42,0xDD,0xCD,0x6A,0x8A,0x5D,0x28,0x75,0x07,0xA9,0x2A,0x5E,0x65,0x34,0xED,0x64,0xBB,0xF8,0x85,0xF2,0x94,0x8B,0xAD,0xE4,0x37,0x4A,0x5B,0x21,0xB6,0x52,0x50,0x19,0xAD,0xA7,0xD8,0x4A,0x41,0x14,0xDA,0x5E,0x12,0x3A,0x04,0x91,0x4B,0x7B,0x69,0xA8,0x10,0x24,0x2E,0xE5,0xA3,0x81,0x52,0x90,0x94,0x5A,0x55,0x98,0x32,0x41,0x50,0xCC,0x93,0x2E,0x47,0x85,0x89,0x1B,0x5B,0x5A,0x62,0x04,0x44,0xE3,0x02,0x80,0x80,0x64,0xDD,0xFF,0x1F};
    //const uint8_t spSEVENTEEN[] PROGMEM = {0x02,0x98,0x3A,0x42,0x00,0x5B,0xA6,0x09,0x60,0xDB,0x52,0x06,0x1C,0x93,0x29,0x80,0xA9,0x52,0x87,0x9A,0xB5,0x99,0x4F,0xC8,0x3E,0x46,0xD6,0x5E,0x7E,0x66,0xFB,0x98,0xC5,0x5A,0xC6,0x9A,0x9C,0x63,0x15,0x6B,0x11,0x13,0x8A,0x9C,0x97,0xB9,0x9A,0x5A,0x39,0x71,0xEE,0xD2,0x29,0xC2,0xA6,0xB8,0x58,0x59,0x99,0x56,0x14,0xA3,0xE1,0x26,0x19,0x19,0xE3,0x8C,0x93,0x17,0xB4,0x46,0xB5,0x88,0x71,0x9E,0x97,0x9E,0xB1,0x2C,0xC5,0xF8,0x56,0xC4,0x58,0xA3,0x1C,0xE1,0x33,0x9D,0x13,0x41,0x8A,0x43,0x58,0xAD,0x95,0xA9,0xDB,0x36,0xC0,0xD1,0xC9,0x0E,0x58,0x4E,0x45,0x01,0x23,0xA9,0x04,0x37,0x13,0xAE,0x4D,0x65,0x52,0x82,0xCA,0xA9,0x37,0x99,0x4D,0x89,0xBA,0xC0,0xBC,0x14,0x36,0x25,0xEA,0x1C,0x73,0x52,0x1D,0x97,0xB8,0x33,0xAC,0x0E,0x75,0x9C,0xE2,0xCE,0xB0,0xDA,0xC3,0x51,0x4A,0x1A,0xA5,0xCA,0x70,0x5B,0x21,0xCE,0x4C,0x26,0xD2,0x6C,0xBA,0x38,0x71,0x2E,0x1F,0x2D,0xED,0xE2,0x24,0xB8,0xBC,0x3D,0x52,0x88,0xAB,0x50,0x8E,0xA8,0x48,0x22,0x4E,0x42,0xA0,0x26,0x55,0xFD,0x3F};
    //const uint8_t spEIGHTEEN[]  PROGMEM = {0x2E,0x9C,0xD1,0x4D,0x54,0xEC,0x2C,0xBF,0x1B,0x8A,0x99,0x70,0x7C,0xFC,0x2E,0x29,0x6F,0x52,0xF6,0xF1,0xBA,0x20,0xBF,0x36,0xD9,0xCD,0xED,0x0C,0xF3,0x27,0x64,0x17,0x73,0x2B,0xA2,0x99,0x90,0x65,0xEC,0xED,0x40,0x73,0x32,0x12,0xB1,0xAF,0x30,0x35,0x0B,0xC7,0x00,0xE0,0x80,0xAE,0xDD,0x1C,0x70,0x43,0xAA,0x03,0x86,0x51,0x36,0xC0,0x30,0x64,0xCE,0x4C,0x98,0xFB,0x5C,0x65,0x07,0xAF,0x10,0xEA,0x0B,0x66,0x1B,0xFC,0x46,0xA8,0x3E,0x09,0x4D,0x08,0x2A,0xA6,0x3E,0x67,0x36,0x21,0x2A,0x98,0x67,0x9D,0x15,0xA7,0xA8,0x60,0xEE,0xB6,0x94,0x99,0xA2,0x4A,0x78,0x22,0xC2,0xA6,0x8B,0x8C,0x8E,0xCC,0x4C,0x8A,0x2E,0x8A,0x4C,0xD3,0x57,0x03,0x87,0x28,0x71,0x09,0x1F,0x2B,0xE4,0xA2,0xC4,0xC5,0x6D,0xAD,0x54,0x88,0xB2,0x63,0xC9,0xF2,0x50,0x2E,0x8A,0x4A,0x38,0x4A,0xEC,0x88,0x28,0x08,0xE3,0x28,0x49,0xF3,0xFF};
    //const uint8_t spNINETEEN[]  PROGMEM = {0xC2,0xEA,0x8A,0x95,0x2B,0x6A,0x05,0x3F,0x71,0x71,0x5F,0x0D,0x12,0xFC,0x28,0x25,0x62,0x35,0xF0,0xF0,0xB3,0x48,0x1E,0x0F,0xC9,0xCB,0x2F,0x45,0x7C,0x2C,0x25,0x1F,0xBF,0x14,0xB3,0x2C,0xB5,0x75,0xFC,0x5A,0x5C,0xA3,0x5D,0xE1,0xF1,0x7A,0x76,0xB3,0x4E,0x45,0xC7,0xED,0x96,0x23,0x3B,0x18,0x37,0x7B,0x18,0xCC,0x09,0x51,0x13,0x4C,0xAB,0x6C,0x4C,0x4B,0x96,0xD2,0x49,0xAA,0x36,0x0B,0xC5,0xC2,0x20,0x26,0x27,0x35,0x63,0x09,0x3D,0x30,0x8B,0xF0,0x48,0x5C,0xCA,0x61,0xDD,0xCB,0xCD,0x91,0x03,0x8E,0x4B,0x76,0xC0,0xCC,0x4D,0x06,0x98,0x31,0x31,0x98,0x99,0x70,0x6D,0x2A,0xA3,0xE4,0x16,0xCA,0xBD,0xCE,0x5C,0x92,0x57,0x28,0xCF,0x09,0x69,0x2E,0x7E,0xA5,0x3C,0x63,0xA2,0x30,0x05,0x95,0xD2,0x74,0x98,0xCD,0x14,0x54,0xCA,0x53,0xA9,0x96,0x52,0x50,0x28,0x6F,0xBA,0xCB,0x0C,0x41,0x50,0xDE,0x65,0x2E,0xD3,0x05,0x89,0x4B,0x7B,0x6B,0x20,0x17,0x44,0xAE,0xED,0x23,0x81,0x52,0x90,0x85,0x73,0x57,0xD0,0x72,0x41,0xB1,0x02,0xDE,0x2E,0xDB,0x04,0x89,0x05,0x79,0xBB,0x62,0xE5,0x76,0x11,0xCA,0x61,0x0E,0xFF,0x1F};
    //const uint8_t spTWENTY[]    PROGMEM = {0x01,0x98,0xD1,0xC2,0x00,0xCD,0xA4,0x32,0x20,0x79,0x13,0x04,0x28,0xE7,0x92,0xDC,0x70,0xCC,0x5D,0xDB,0x76,0xF3,0xD2,0x32,0x0B,0x0B,0x5B,0xC3,0x2B,0xCD,0xD4,0xDD,0x23,0x35,0xAF,0x44,0xE1,0xF0,0xB0,0x6D,0x3C,0xA9,0xAD,0x3D,0x35,0x0E,0xF1,0x0C,0x8B,0x28,0xF7,0x34,0x01,0x68,0x22,0xCD,0x00,0xC7,0xA4,0x04,0xBB,0x32,0xD6,0xAC,0x56,0x9C,0xDC,0xCA,0x28,0x66,0x53,0x51,0x70,0x2B,0xA5,0xBC,0x0D,0x9A,0xC1,0xEB,0x14,0x73,0x37,0x29,0x19,0xAF,0x33,0x8C,0x3B,0xA7,0x24,0xBC,0x42,0xB0,0xB7,0x59,0x09,0x09,0x3C,0x96,0xE9,0xF4,0x58,0xFF,0x0F};
    const uint8_t spTHIRTY[]    PROGMEM = {0x08,0x98,0xD6,0x15,0x01,0x43,0xBB,0x0A,0x20,0x1B,0x8B,0xE5,0x16,0xA3,0x1E,0xB6,0xB6,0x96,0x97,0x3C,0x57,0xD4,0x2A,0x5E,0x7E,0x4E,0xD8,0xE1,0x6B,0x7B,0xF8,0x39,0x63,0x0D,0x9F,0x95,0xE1,0xE7,0x4C,0x76,0xBC,0x91,0x5B,0x90,0x13,0xC6,0x68,0x57,0x4E,0x41,0x8B,0x10,0x5E,0x1D,0xA9,0x44,0xD3,0xBA,0x47,0xB8,0xDD,0xE4,0x35,0x86,0x11,0x93,0x94,0x92,0x5F,0x29,0xC7,0x4C,0x30,0x0C,0x41,0xC5,0x1C,0x3B,0x2E,0xD3,0x05,0x15,0x53,0x6C,0x07,0x4D,0x15,0x14,0x8C,0xB5,0xC9,0x6A,0x44,0x90,0x10,0x4E,0x9A,0xB6,0x21,0x81,0x23,0x3A,0x91,0x91,0xE8,0xFF,0x01};
    //const uint8_t spFOURTY[]    PROGMEM = {0x04,0x18,0xB6,0x4C,0x00,0xC3,0x56,0x30,0xA0,0xE8,0xF4,0xA0,0x98,0x99,0x62,0x91,0xAE,0x83,0x6B,0x77,0x89,0x78,0x3B,0x09,0xAE,0xBD,0xA6,0x1E,0x63,0x3B,0x79,0x7E,0x71,0x5A,0x8F,0x95,0xE6,0xA5,0x4A,0x69,0xB9,0x4E,0x8A,0x5F,0x12,0x56,0xE4,0x58,0x69,0xE1,0x36,0xA1,0x69,0x2E,0x2B,0xF9,0x95,0x93,0x55,0x17,0xED,0xE4,0x37,0xC6,0xBA,0x93,0xB2,0x92,0xDF,0x19,0xD9,0x6E,0xC8,0x0A,0xFE,0x60,0xE8,0x37,0x21,0xC9,0xF9,0x8D,0x61,0x5F,0x32,0x13,0xE7,0x17,0x4C,0xD3,0xC6,0xB1,0x94,0x97,0x10,0x8F,0x8B,0xAD,0x11,0x7E,0xA1,0x9A,0x26,0x92,0xF6,0xFF,0x01};
    //const uint8_t spFIFTY[]     PROGMEM = {0x08,0xE8,0x2E,0x84,0x00,0x23,0x84,0x13,0x60,0x38,0x95,0xA5,0x0F,0xCF,0xE2,0x79,0x8A,0x8F,0x37,0x02,0xB3,0xD5,0x2A,0x6E,0x5E,0x93,0x94,0x79,0x45,0xD9,0x05,0x5D,0x0A,0xB9,0x97,0x63,0x02,0x74,0xA7,0x82,0x80,0xEE,0xC3,0x10,0xD0,0x7D,0x28,0x03,0x6E,0x14,0x06,0x70,0xE6,0x0A,0xC9,0x9A,0x4E,0x37,0xD9,0x95,0x51,0xCE,0xBA,0xA2,0x14,0x0C,0x81,0x36,0x1B,0xB2,0x5C,0x30,0x38,0xFA,0x9C,0xC9,0x32,0x41,0xA7,0x18,0x3B,0xA2,0x48,0x04,0x05,0x51,0x4F,0x91,0x6D,0x12,0x04,0x20,0x9B,0x61,0x89,0xFF,0x1F};
    const uint8_t spGOOD[]      PROGMEM = {0x0A,0x28,0xCD,0x34,0x20,0xD9,0x1A,0x45,0x74,0xE4,0x66,0x24,0xAD,0xBA,0xB1,0x8C,0x9B,0x91,0xA5,0x64,0xE6,0x98,0x21,0x16,0x0B,0x96,0x9B,0x4C,0xE5,0xFF,0x01};
    const uint8_t spMORNING[]   PROGMEM = {0xCE,0x08,0x52,0x2A,0x35,0x5D,0x39,0x53,0x29,0x5B,0xB7,0x0A,0x15,0x0C,0xEE,0x2A,0x42,0x56,0x66,0xD2,0x55,0x2E,0x37,0x2F,0xD9,0x45,0xB3,0xD3,0xC5,0xCA,0x6D,0x27,0xD5,0xEE,0x50,0xF5,0x50,0x94,0x14,0x77,0x2D,0xD8,0x5D,0x49,0x92,0xFD,0xB1,0x64,0x2F,0xA9,0x49,0x0C,0x93,0x4B,0xAD,0x19,0x17,0x3E,0x66,0x1E,0xF1,0xA2,0x5B,0x84,0xE2,0x29,0x8F,0x8B,0x72,0x10,0xB5,0xB1,0x2E,0x4B,0xD4,0x45,0x89,0x4A,0xEC,0x5C,0x95,0x14,0x2B,0x8A,0x9C,0x34,0x52,0x5D,0xBC,0xCC,0xB5,0x3B,0x49,0x69,0x89,0x87,0xC1,0x98,0x56,0x3A,0x21,0x2B,0x82,0x67,0xCC,0x5C,0x85,0xB5,0x4A,0x8A,0xF6,0x64,0xA9,0x96,0xC4,0x69,0x3C,0x52,0x81,0x58,0x1C,0x97,0xF6,0x0E,0x1B,0xCC,0x0D,0x42,0x32,0xAA,0x65,0x12,0x67,0xD4,0x6A,0x61,0x52,0xFC,0xFF};
    //const uint8_t spAFTERNOON[] PROGMEM = {0xC7,0xCE,0xCE,0x3A,0xCB,0x58,0x1F,0x3B,0x07,0x9D,0x28,0x71,0xB4,0xAC,0x9C,0x74,0x5A,0x42,0x55,0x33,0xB2,0x93,0x0A,0x09,0xD4,0xC5,0x9A,0xD6,0x44,0x45,0xE3,0x38,0x60,0x9A,0x32,0x05,0xF4,0x18,0x01,0x09,0xD8,0xA9,0xC2,0x00,0x5E,0xCA,0x24,0xD5,0x5B,0x9D,0x4A,0x95,0xEA,0x34,0xEE,0x63,0x92,0x5C,0x4D,0xD0,0xA4,0xEE,0x58,0x0C,0xB9,0x4D,0xCD,0x42,0xA2,0x3A,0x24,0x37,0x25,0x8A,0xA8,0x8E,0xA0,0x53,0xE4,0x28,0x23,0x26,0x13,0x72,0x91,0xA2,0x76,0xBB,0x72,0x38,0x45,0x0A,0x46,0x63,0xCA,0x69,0x27,0x39,0x58,0xB1,0x8D,0x60,0x1C,0x34,0x1B,0x34,0xC3,0x55,0x8E,0x73,0x45,0x2D,0x4F,0x4A,0x3A,0x26,0x10,0xA1,0xCA,0x2D,0xE9,0x98,0x24,0x0A,0x1E,0x6D,0x97,0x29,0xD2,0xCC,0x71,0xA2,0xDC,0x86,0xC8,0x12,0xA7,0x8E,0x08,0x85,0x22,0x8D,0x9C,0x43,0xA7,0x12,0xB2,0x2E,0x50,0x09,0xEF,0x51,0xC5,0xBA,0x28,0x58,0xAD,0xDB,0xE1,0xFF,0x03};
    //const uint8_t spEVENING[]   PROGMEM = {0xCD,0x6D,0x98,0x73,0x47,0x65,0x0D,0x6D,0x10,0xB2,0x5D,0x93,0x35,0x94,0xC1,0xD0,0x76,0x4D,0x66,0x93,0xA7,0x04,0xBD,0x71,0xD9,0x45,0xAE,0x92,0xD5,0xAC,0x53,0x07,0x6D,0xA5,0x76,0x63,0x51,0x92,0xD4,0xA1,0x83,0xD4,0xCB,0xB2,0x51,0x88,0xCD,0xF5,0x50,0x45,0xCE,0xA2,0x2E,0x27,0x28,0x54,0x15,0x37,0x0A,0xCF,0x75,0x61,0x5D,0xA2,0xC4,0xB5,0xC7,0x44,0x55,0x8A,0x0B,0xA3,0x6E,0x17,0x95,0x21,0xA9,0x0C,0x37,0xCD,0x15,0xBA,0xD4,0x2B,0x6F,0xB3,0x54,0xE4,0xD2,0xC8,0x64,0xBC,0x4C,0x91,0x49,0x12,0xE7,0xB2,0xB1,0xD0,0x22,0x0D,0x9C,0xDD,0xAB,0x62,0xA9,0x38,0x53,0x11,0xA9,0x74,0x2C,0xD2,0xCA,0x59,0x34,0xA3,0xE5,0xFF,0x03};
    const uint8_t spPAUSE1[]    PROGMEM = {0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0xFF,0x0F};
    
    void setup() {
    
      beginPWM(9);
      voice.say(spGOOD);
      voice.say(spMORNING);
      voice.say(spPAUSE1);
      voice.say(spTHE);
      voice.say(spTIME);
      voice.say(spIS);
      voice.say(spELEVEN);
      voice.say(spTHIRTY);
      voice.say(spSIX);
      voice.say(spA_M_);
      voice.say(spPAUSE1);
    }
    void loop() {
    }
    But I get the following error message from the IDE:

    Arduino: 1.8.7 (Windows 10), TD: 1.44, Board: "Teensy 3.2 / 3.1, Serial, 96 MHz (overclock), Faster, US English"

    Vocab_US_Clock: In function 'void setup()':
    Vocab_US_Clock:53: error: 'beginPWM' was not declared in this scope
    beginPWM(9);

    ^

    'beginPWM' was not declared in this scope

    This report would have more information with
    "Show verbose output during compilation"
    option enabled in File -> Preferences.


    I think the problem may be in the multiple versions of talkie that I had on my system (one from Adafruit playground, one from Robert Knight and lastly the one you referenced Paul. I erased them all and reinstalled Talkie-master.zip but still get the error.

    Any ideas:

    --Rudy

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    Think you missed something in front of beginPWM(9). Maybe my fault for assuming. Anyway try:
    Code:
    voice.beginPWM(9);
    Also, please make sure you have he latest library.

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    Thank you! Yes, that was the problem. Unfortunately, 3.3V PWM applied to an 8ohm speaker is too quiet to really be of use. I'm sure it would be loud enough for earphones though.

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    A simple application of things which people learn in seventh grade would have told you that connecting an 8Ohm speaker to 3.3V PWM might draw currents around 400mA (Ohm's law) which is many times more than the absolute maximum of 10mA per pin (risking to kill your Teensy). But that's only theory. In practice, the DC resistance of an 8Ohm speaker is only around 2Ohms, while the remainder is the complex inductive reactance, so the current drawn depends on the PWM duty cycle and might even exceed the 400mA. Happy smoking, dear Teensy...

    If you want to drive an 8Ohm speaker from 3.3V, that is possible, with complementary PWM and a H-bridge driver. This would allow for an output power of around 0.6W.

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    I'm trying to get the Talkie library to work with my Teensy 3.2. However, I do not get the audio output on the DAC pin, but on pin 0 RX1!
    The sound is not great and the use of RX1 also frustrates uploading sketches.
    I guess the library does not detect my Teensy 3.2 and stills tries to use the typical interupt associated with pin 3 on a normal Arduino Uno.
    Is there any solution to this? I've been testing with the getting started example sketch of the library.

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    It is possible an update for Teensy 4 altered the library code to break T_3.1/3.2 id #ifdef's? I don't see it in a quick glance?

    Perhaps add this for a test :: voice.beginPWM(A14);
    Code:
    Talkie voice;
    
    void setup() {
        voice.beginPWM(A14);
    On a Teensy 3.2 there is no RX1 conflict on uploading as the USB is independent - unlike Arduino Uno

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    There are two options in the Talkie Teensy version of the Talkie library. One for using any PWM pin or for use with Propshield. For the T3.2 the pin associated with the propshield is in actuality A14 or the DAC. So with a slight modification to what @defragster posted you should get your output on the DAC as it was before:
    Code:
    Talkie voice;
    
    void setup() {
        voice.beginPropShield();
    Probably should update the code to be clearer.

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    Yes,including voice.beginPWM(A14); did the trick. I now have clear audio on the DAC pin.
    Thanks for the quick reply and hellp

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    Glad the "beginPWM" worked.

    Quote Originally Posted by mjs513 View Post
    There are two options in the Talkie Teensy version of the Talkie library. One for using any PWM pin or for use with Propshield. For the T3.2 the pin associated with the propshield is in actuality A14 or the DAC. So with a slight modification to what @defragster posted you should get your output on the DAC as it was before:
    Code:
    Talkie voice;
    
    void setup() {
        voice.beginPropShield();
    Probably should update the code to be clearer.
    Interesting - I saw that "beginPropShield" code and didn't recognize it - but it is the only place the pin was specified. Otherwise this was unset?:: "uint8_t _pwmPIN;" . Seems the non-Prop case needs to set a default pin too? In constructor?

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    Note, if you are using a prop shield, you would need to set pin 5 HIGH in order for the prop shield's amplifier to work with a speaker connected to the -/+ pins at the front of the prop sheet board. If you are using your own amplification on the DAT pin (A14), then you don't have to doi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelMeissner View Post
    Note, if you are using a prop shield, you would need to set pin 5 HIGH in order for the prop shield's amplifier to work with a speaker connected to the -/+ pins at the front of the prop sheet board. If you are using your own amplification on the DAT pin (A14), then you don't have to doi.
    Indeed that is true - it was during PropShield Beta I tweaked Talkie to be non-blocking with a queue of sounds to play - some of the examples have that - where this worked for setup - and it would default to the right Teensy pin - that 'beginPropShield' seems new?:
    Code:
    void setup() {
      Serial.begin(9600);
      pinMode(5, OUTPUT);
      digitalWrite(5, 1);//Enable Amplified.
      while (!Serial && 5000 > millis());
      Serial.println("Setting up");
      Serial.print("voice queue size is: ");
      Serial.println(voice.sayQ(spPAUSE1));
    
      //analogReference(INTERNAL);  // drop volume level
    }

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelMeissner View Post
    Note, if you are using a prop shield, you would need to set pin 5 HIGH in order for the prop shield's amplifier to work with a speaker connected to the -/+ pins at the front of the prop sheet board. If you are using your own amplification on the DAT pin (A14), then you don't have to doi.
    Actually, what I did back in January 2018 (when I updated for T4, a long time ago now), I set it up so that if you used voice.beginPWM(XX), XX would be any available PWM pin, you would need some sort of amplification to make it really useful. I did test it with out one, just a speaker and it did work but volume was a bit low.

    For the PropShield case I moved pinMode(5,OUTPUT) etc into the code base. Now that I am thinking about probably should have made it general so you would either output to a PWM pin or to the DAC.

    What you all think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjs513 View Post
    Actually, what I did back in January 2018 (when I updated for T4, a long time ago now), I set it up so that if you used voice.beginPWM(XX), XX would be any available PWM pin, you would need some sort of amplification to make it really useful. I did test it with out one, just a speaker and it did work but volume was a bit low.

    For the PropShield case I moved pinMode(5,OUTPUT) etc into the code base. Now that I am thinking about probably should have made it general so you would either output to a PWM pin or to the DAC.

    What you all think.
    Jan 2018 - that was the early Pre Beta

    As noted it should somehow default to a DAC pin if present - or an expected PWM pin if no DAC? That was the initial behavior AFAIK after Paul ported it and I added the Async Que buffering.

    Does this do it at line #27 :: ...\hardware\teensy\avr\libraries\Talkie\Talkie.cp p
    Code:
    //Setup config for teensy
    		#if defined(__MKL26Z64__)
    uint8_t _pwmPIN = A12;
    		#elif defined(__MK20DX128__) || defined(__MK20DX256__)
    uint8_t _pwmPIN = A14;
    		#elif defined(__MK64FX512__) || defined(__MK66FX1M0__)
    uint8_t _pwmPIN = A21;  // can be edited to A22
    		#else
    uint8_t _pwmPIN = 5;
    		#endif

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    Quote Originally Posted by defragster View Post
    Jan 2018 - that was the early Pre Beta

    As noted it should somehow default to a DAC pin if present - or an expected PWM pin if no DAC? That was the initial behavior AFAIK after Paul ported it and I added the Async Que buffering.

    Does this do it at line #27 :: ...\hardware\teensy\avr\libraries\Talkie\Talkie.cp p
    Code:
    //Setup config for teensy
    		#if defined(__MKL26Z64__)
    uint8_t _pwmPIN = A12;
    		#elif defined(__MK20DX128__) || defined(__MK20DX256__)
    uint8_t _pwmPIN = A14;
    		#elif defined(__MK64FX512__) || defined(__MK66FX1M0__)
    uint8_t _pwmPIN = A21;  // can be edited to A22
    		#else
    uint8_t _pwmPIN = 5;
    		#endif
    Actually that piece of code was changed to:
    Code:
    	if(_hasPShield) {
    		#if defined(__MKL26Z64__)
    			analogWrite(A12, nextPwm);
    		#elif defined(__MK20DX128__) || defined(__MK20DX256__)
    			analogWrite(A14, nextPwm);
    		#elif defined(__MK64FX512__) || defined(__MK66FX1M0__)
    			analogWrite(A21, nextPwm);
    		#elif defined(__IMXRT1052__) || defined(__IMXRT1062__)
    		Serial.println("Board does not support Propshield");
    		exit(0);
    		#else
    		#error "Unknown Teensy"	// dont like this line
    		#endif
    		pinMode(5, OUTPUT);
    		digitalWrite(5, HIGH);//Enable Amplified PROP shield
    	} else {
    		#if defined(__IMXRT1052__) || defined(__IMXRT1062__) || defined(__MK64FX512__) || defined(__MK66FX1M0__) \
    			|| defined(__MK20DX128__) || defined(__MK20DX256__) || defined(__MKL26Z64__)
    			analogWrite(_pwmPIN, nextPwm);
    		#else 
    		#error "Unknown Teensy"	
    		#endif
    	}
    If you specify beginPropSheild (think I want to change this to just begin, though - and move out pinmode/digitalwrite) it defaults to the DAC pins for the TLC and T3.x. But since the T4 does not have a DAC wanted to enable to output on any PWM pin otherwise you don't have the option to change in the old Talkie library that's why beginPWM(any PWM pin). Think this was one of the first things I played with on the pre-beta boards. Think i may update it a bit.

    The other thing was that for the T4 had to change the frequency as we discussed on the beta thread, https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/54711...l=1#post194787.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjs513 View Post
    Actually that piece of code was changed to:

    ...

    That was a suggested edit to replace ... uint8_t _pwmPIN; - copied from that code. It would then make the 'else' for " if(_hasPShield) { " just work when no call to beginPWM is made since the default init is : _hasPShield = false
    Code:
    //Setup config for teensy
    uint8_t _pwmPIN;
    bool _hasPShield = false;

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    Wow that is a blast from the past!

    Paul added Talkie : committed on Mar 13, 2016
    And next day :: Added calls to get non blocking talkie … Defragster committed on Mar 14, 2016

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    Quote Originally Posted by defragster View Post
    That was a suggested edit to replace ... uint8_t _pwmPIN; - copied from that code. It would then make the 'else' for " if(_hasPShield) { " just work when no call to beginPWM is made since the default init is : _hasPShield = false
    Code:
    //Setup config for teensy
    uint8_t _pwmPIN;
    bool _hasPShield = false;
    @defragster - just woke up and the more I think about I think we are saying the same thing. Actually sleeping on it can do it with one begin statement. Can replace this
    Code:
    void Talkie::beginPWM(uint8_t pinPWM){
    	_pwmPIN = pinPWM;
    	_hasPShield = false;
    }
    
    void Talkie::beginPropShield(){
    	_hasPShield = true;
    }
    with
    [CODE]
    Code:
    void Talkie::begin(uint8_t pinPWM){
         if(pinPWM == -1){
    	_hasPShield = true;
         } else {         
    	_pwmPIN = pinPWM;
    	_hasPShield = false;
    }
    }
    In the .h it would be:
    Code:
    void begin(uint8_t pinPWM = -1);
    Think I prefer it this way.

    EDIT: Learned quite a bit on coding since this began a year ago.

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    @defragster and others
    Just did a PR to update Talkie to single begin: https://github.com/PaulStoffregen/Talkie/pull/6

    1. If voice.begin() will default to DAC if available and you can use the propshield in the normal way,
    2. If you do voice.begin(xx) where xx is any pwm pin it will use PWM signals

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjs513 View Post
    @defragster and others
    Just did a PR to update Talkie to single begin: https://github.com/PaulStoffregen/Talkie/pull/6

    1. If voice.begin() will default to DAC if available and you can use the propshield in the normal way,
    2. If you do voice.begin(xx) where xx is any pwm pin it will use PWM signals
    I did a review with a note ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by defragster View Post
    I did a review with a note ...
    Yep - just finished an update. In addition to changing the logical test for really a DAC pin I also set it up to default to pin A0 for the Teensy 4 if no begin(pwmPin) is specified. Sorry it took so long to update once I saw your note but wanted to test the changes I made first before posting.

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    Okay - distractions here … just put another PULL note - not sure A0 the best expected default value?

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    Sorry - same here. Knew the selected default pin was open for discussion. But I think I agree with you. Think pin 5 would be better selection.

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    Nice work. Odd the default pin #5 not made clear in the readme. Talkie was fun - if only there were a way to expand the vocab set. Of course everything I did back in the day was with DAC and prop shield for amp - so that was left as the 'default' for Teensy and it just worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by defragster View Post
    It is possible an update for Teensy 4 altered the library code to break T_3.1/3.2 id #ifdef's? I don't see it in a quick glance?

    Perhaps add this for a test :: voice.beginPWM(A14);
    Code:
    Talkie voice;
    
    void setup() {
        voice.beginPWM(A14);
    On a Teensy 3.2 there is no RX1 conflict on uploading as the USB is independent - unlike Arduino Uno
    I now have the Talkie working nicely on the Teensy 3.2 on pin 5. However, after a voice.say command, how do I get that pin back into a "normal" or inactive state?
    Using the original Talkie library, I was able to send a voice.end(); command and gave that pin a high impedance by making that pin an INPUT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deelmanl View Post
    I now have the Talkie working nicely on the Teensy 3.2 on pin 5. However, after a voice.say command, how do I get that pin back into a "normal" or inactive state?
    Using the original Talkie library, I was able to send a voice.end(); command and gave that pin a high impedance by making that pin an INPUT.
    Some of the others might be able to give better answer, but having a voice.end() makes sense.

    Until then you can probably get the pin back by doing something like:
    pinMode(A14, INPUT);

    I have not looked closely enough at the code to see if the IntervalTimer is ever killed off or ...

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