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#1 Kohana   User is offline

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Speech to char buffer[1000];

Posted 18 May 2014 - 02:15 PM

Hey Guys,

Long time no speak. Last time I was here I was a student actively trying to help out and asking advice and such. Graduated and now employed as a software engineer so life is good.

However, I have an idea and I'm having a hard time decided where to start and wondered if anybody here could help.

What I want is something like this,

include <allTheThings>

int main()
char buffer[1000];
bool spoken = false;

     while (spoken == false)
         spoken = true;

// at this point buffer will contain what I said leaving me free
// to do as I like



Of course I am open to a system that doesn't work exactly as above. I just want to end up with what I say in a buffer.

Any ideas?



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#2 tarmizi_adam2005   User is offline

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Re: Speech to char buffer[1000];

Posted 18 May 2014 - 04:29 PM


Are you trying to develop a speech recognition system ? If I understand, looks to me that you are trying to record the speech from a user and have the samples into the buffer for further processing. If you are trying to do the latter I think snoopy11 has a tutorial on this subject. However, if you are trying to create a speech recognition system try looking at the speech recognition SDK, HTK or CMU Sphinx.

hope it helps
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