Yesterday, after watching the 8-Bit Guy's newest episode on "How Speech Synthesizers Work", which, unfortunately omitted any mention of the TI-99/4A or, frankly, anything about how speech synthesizers actually work, I was inspired to make my own speech on my TI-99/4A.
Following Mark Wills's tutorial here:
I chose a clip of JFK's "We Choose to Go To The Moon" speech off of YouTube:
I then ripped the audio into a mono 8,000 kHz 16 bit WAV. Then I installed Windows for Workgroups 3.11 into DOSBox to get QBOXPro running, generated the LPC data, and put it into Mark Willis's speech program (http://www.planet-99.net/wotw.htm). Then I assembled it with Win994ASM and put the disk image on my nanoPEB's CF card. It's pretty neat to hear the TI-99/4A speak in JFK's voice.
Edited by PRStoetzer, Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:35 AM.