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is there any nice free voice syntheses software with a quality close to this At&t project for linux beside espeak and gnuspeech (which i find unusable because of the bad quality of the result speech)

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There is festival, but I can't speak to its sound quality. It's a yum install festival away on Fedora.

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i have used and it is really coll, and it does host your mp3 generated files, and somehow it uses the At&t speech syntheses system

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