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    teensy 3.2 talkie

    Hello,
    I have a teensy 3.2, can I make them say sentences with the dac?
    Can you give me some examples? I don't want to use sd cart.
    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by vlelectroniclab View Post
    Hello,
    I have a teensy 3.2, can I make them say sentences with the dac?
    Can you give me some examples? I don't want to use sd cart.
    thank you
    You can, a cursory search yielded this:

    https://youtu.be/RFCJdBVkpE8

    https://rimstar.org/science_electron...ie_library.htm

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    Or you get a specific chip like the ones used in 1980's speak and spell toys and send it a string of ascii from the teensy: http://www.eevblog.com/forum/reviews...ts-of-videos)/

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    Hello,
    What program can I use to do text conversion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vlelectroniclab View Post
    Hello,
    What program can I use to do text conversion?
    You any good at Python? https://github.com/ptwz/python_wizard

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    Quote Originally Posted by vlelectroniclab View Post
    Hello,
    What program can I use to do text conversion?
    Sorry that was a bit of a quick response, there's no "easy" way, you need to make a bit stream that is compatible with talkies, there are a few programs or more like command line tools that will allow you to import a wav file and convert it to a stream of bits that you can then playback in an Arduino or teensy.

    See the issue here on the github: https://github.com/going-digital/Talkie/issues/4

    That lists a few solutions to packaging up a wav file into a bunch of bits

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