Need help with Python Text-to-Speech usage

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Hi all,

Quick question - How can I make use of Python and program it in a way I can make use of a TTS library easily?

I am wondering if I could make use of Festival. But, it is certain that the process will not be under my control because it isn't in the interactive mode and hence won't be clean.

So my question is simple - Is there any Python TTS library like an API for Festival or eSpeak or something of similar sorts.

All help appreciated!
Jan 16, 2019 in Python by Anirudh
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Just before I begin my answer I want to note that whatever I am about to suggest works only with Python 2.x . It is very vital that you keep this in your mind.

Coming to my answer, you should consider this Python package called as PyTTSx. It is really fun to work with. Note that PyTTS is outdated but PyTTSx works with the latest version of Python as well.

The official documentation will get you started up really fast and get you in pace with the syntax and the workflow.

Hope this helps!
answered Jan 16, 2019 by Nymeria
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