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01.06.14 10:47:46 am
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Xirot
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Program like write/hear/change sounds/save as mp3..?
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01.06.14 11:48:39 am
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Medeiros
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"write/hear/change sounds/save as mp3"?

Maybe you're searching for Audacity.
01.06.14 11:52:58 am
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FlamingPhoenix
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Yup, I know Audacity but don't know how to use it...
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01.06.14 12:03:51 pm
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Rainoth
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@user FlamingPhoenix: There's nothing not to know. You open the file you want to edit, select parts you want to edit, add effects or delete, anything that's there is for you to use, then you just save it and select format to export it to.
01.06.14 12:17:59 pm
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FlamingPhoenix
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Roger that!
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01.06.14 12:30:00 pm
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sqpp15
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And you can also find some effects, sounds, and more stuff like this.. just type it into google: sound effects ogg, sound effects wav
good luck
01.06.14 02:13:53 pm
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Xirot
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Not audacity.
I'm searching for something else.
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01.06.14 03:06:23 pm
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XoOt
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FL-Studio, but its not for free.
01.06.14 03:26:42 pm
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TopNotch
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I use FL Studio 11 (Producer Edition). Prizes are starting from 79EUR.
01.06.14 04:07:01 pm
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montytrollic
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Sunvox is best.
in sunvox i make lot of sounds or music
it absolutely free ,but not easy to use.
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01.06.14 04:50:15 pm
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Pseudon
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You mean a text-to-speech program?
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02.06.14 07:22:37 am
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Thug Life
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TopNotch has written:
I use FL Studio 11 (Producer Edition). Prizes are starting from 79EUR.


XooT has written:
FL-Studio, but its not for free.


Are u kiddin' me? Did u pay for FL Studio? So, that means u lose your money which you can pay for books. I never understand this logic.

If you don't want audacity or waveosaur, try adobe audition
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02.06.14 11:59:00 am
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Xirot
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user Pseudon: Exactly.
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02.06.14 01:08:07 pm
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Lubo
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I think the program you're looking for is Goldwave.
I've also had struggle with what program to use for editing and converting mp3 files to ogg/wav.
02.06.14 01:48:13 pm
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XoOt
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@user Thug Life:
yep, some people use those programs to earn money.
you can buy books for it later etc.
btw. i hardly doubt that you ever bought a book, by judging about your attitude in other topics.
02.06.14 05:19:21 pm
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Thug Life
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XoOt has written:
yep, some people use those programs to earn money.
you can buy books for it later etc.

Not about this thing I was talkin' about.
I saw more people who like to pay for a PC game, software application etc than a book. Books learn u about different things, a PC game or every shit like this don't learn u anything. If we will not begin again reading books, we'll devolve and, maybe, will return in prehistoric people and, then, in monkeys.
Anyway, I don't want to turn this topic into a flamewar, but just think at what I said above more than 2 times.
XoOt has written:
btw. i hardly doubt that you ever bought a book, by judging about your attitude in other topics.

Don't judge me like this. Only God can judge me.
And, yeah, I like reading books than playing PC games, especially books related to history and theories about history. I recommend reading the books written by Erich von Daniken.
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02.06.14 06:27:22 pm
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a PC game or every shit like this don't learn u anything. If we will not begin again reading books, we'll devolve and, maybe, will return in prehistoric people and, then, in monkeys.

I can't contain my laugh :DD
Seriously, although video games may not be the best way to learn these things, they teach things like efficiency, teamwork, money management. Your reaction gets quicker and I heard (note that I only heard this) that people who play video games are better at problem solving.

@user Xirot: If you want a text-to-speech program then you should write it in your first post. People misunderstood and thought that you need an audio format converter.
02.06.14 07:05:33 pm
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> Keep regards , Decato

The programs that you are looking are they ;

• GoldWave (requires Microsoft Speech - English )


What is speech syntesis : Please , see also Speech generating device :


Stephen Hawking is one of the most famous people using speech synthesis to communicate

Speech synthesis is the artificial production of human speech. A computer system used for this purpose is called a speech synthesizer, and can be implemented in software or hardware products. A text-to-speech (TTS) system converts normal language text into speech; other systems render symbolic linguistic representations like phonetic transcriptions into speech.[1]

Synthesized speech can be created by concatenating pieces of recorded speech that are stored in a database. Systems differ in the size of the stored speech units; a system that stores phones or diphones provides the largest output range, but may lack clarity. For specific usage domains, the storage of entire words or sentences allows for high-quality output. Alternatively, a synthesizer can incorporate a model of the vocal tract and other human voice characteristics to create a completely "synthetic" voice output.[2]

The quality of a speech synthesizer is judged by its similarity to the human voice and by its ability to be understood clearly. An intelligible text-to-speech program allows people with visual impairments or reading disabilities to listen to written works on a home computer. Many computer operating systems have included speech synthesizers since the early 1990s.
Overview of a typical TTS system
     
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A synthetic voice announcing an arriving train in Sweden.
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Sample of Microsoft Sam
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Microsoft Windows XP's default speech synthesizer voice saying "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog 1,234,567,890 times. soi"
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A text-to-speech system (or "engine") is composed of two parts:[3] a front-end and a back-end. The front-end has two major tasks. First, it converts raw text containing symbols like numbers and abbreviations into the equivalent of written-out words. This process is often called text normalization, pre-processing, or tokenization. The front-end then assigns phonetic transcriptions to each word, and divides and marks the text into prosodic units, like phrases, clauses, and sentences. The process of assigning phonetic transcriptions to words is called text-to-phoneme or grapheme-to-phoneme conversion. Phonetic transcriptions and prosody information together make up the symbolic linguistic representation that is output by the front-end. The back-end—often referred to as the synthesizer—then converts the symbolic linguistic representation into sound. In certain systems, this part includes the computation of the target prosody (pitch contour, phoneme durations),[4] which is then imposed on the output speech.


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02.06.14 07:13:12 pm
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@user CS2D Boss: How much did those drugs cost? They look potent.
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