Re: Tips for speed reading /listening with screen readers
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I don't try to listen at faster speeds than the default. How the hell can you notice a flutter when the speech is so fast the words run together?
On 17/07/2018 4:24 PM, Sociohack AC wrote:
I'm so used to E-speak that Eloquence is incoherent to me. But, the flutter you get in E-speak in the boost mode is hindering me to achieve faster speeds. So, I'm forcing myself to get used to Eloquence.
And yes, the so called natural sounding synthesizers are not as good at high speeds. But then, SAPI5 and one core voices aren't much behind if we compare them to these so called natural voices at moderate voices. I tried a demo of Acapella, didn't like it
much. It's high quality voices do sound good, and more human like, but you can't use them at high speeds. The speech becomes incoherent. There is a clatter in the background. When it comes to high speed functionality, there is nothing better than E[speak
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