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Generate Text-to-Speech Audio

When recording with Kate, is there a way to make a better pause between the end of a sentence and the beginning of the next? For example, “If you need to reschedule or skip a delivery, please call 1-800-800-0000. Otherwise, you may hang up and we will see you as scheduled.” It makes the word “otherwise” part of the previous sentence.

You can try to add more period to the end of the sentence.

In general, you do not need to care whether the text/sentence has correct grammar, or even to care whether the word is correct. For example, for “dialer”, the speech engine pronounces it as “dealer”. But using “dialor”, the speech engine pronounces it correctly.

If you are not generating audio file manually, you can insert silence into any part of the audio by using wave file editing software. For dynamically generated audio, you can generate the text in two part, and include a silence audio in between using Message Designer.

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