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10.6: Easily create spoken iTunes tracks from any text
Authored by: horkstow on Feb 23, '10 07:48:08AM

If I change the voice in the Speech preference pane, I get the new voice in other applications, but the voice in the iTunes clip is always Alex. Is Alex specified in the script?



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Edit voice used, filename, encoding method, etc.
Authored by: Jacques on Feb 24, '10 08:00:54PM

Edit voice used, filename, encoding method, etc.

You can edit the AppleScript .workflow file easily!

If you double click the .workflow file, it'll open up in Automator - where you can then edit and change attributes. When you save your results, use Save As so you can keep the original script intact - as a back up. You'll probably have to activate your new script by using this original hint, once you're done.

You'll find the file on your System hard drive, under System > Library > Services > Add to iTunes as a Spoken Track.workflow.

It's a VERY simple script actually!



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