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gender of the text to speech features of vbasic

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hi! i come across this one awesome feature of vb its direct text-to-speech. i already my application to talk but now i want to change the gender of the voice from male to female and vice versa and also the frequency of the voice.

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by:amit1978
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looking for same.
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by:Dang123
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elatagaw,

I think you can change the frequency  through DirectSS1.Pitch

Also take a look here

http://oldlook.experts-exchange.com:8080/Programming/Programming_Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_20428642.html

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i already downloaded the files needed for this featrues from ms site. what's the next step?
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by:craduza
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set your DirectSS1.Select 1 for female and 2 for male voice
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by:elatagaw
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i try to make it 1 but still the voice is male. I changed it to 2 there is no voice.
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by:craduza
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are u using the Microsoft direct text-to-speech XVoice.dll components? did you add the the code in any event? What i do is, on a
1 ComboBox               called Combo1 'populate with Male and Female
1 CommandButton      called Command1
1 DirectTextToSpeech called DirectSS1

Private Sub Command1_Click()                     'i add the code
If Combo1.Text = "Male" then
     DirectSS1.Select 2
else
     DirectSS1.Select 1
end if
End Sub
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Private Sub Command1_Click()                     'i add the code
If Combo1.Text = "Male" then
     DirectSS1.Select 2
else
     DirectSS1.Select 1
end if
DirectSS1.Speak "Brainstorm"                  '<----------forgot this line
End Sub
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