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Say

Say is a commandline interface to the text-to-speech system built into Darwin/OS X. It will speak files specified on the command line, or text piped into it. Say allows the user to choose which voice to use, as well as change the pitch and rate that the speech is spoken.

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  •  13 May 2002 19:14

    Release Notes: This release has selection for random voices based on gender rather than just any random voice. The user can now select from random male, random female, random neutral, random non-male, random non-female, or random non-neutral. A small Perl script is included as a sample application that lets other users make your computer speak from remote locations.

    •  18 Apr 2002 19:30

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

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