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revSetSpeechPitch
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revSetSpeechPitch pitchLevel

Introduced
2.0
Environment
Desktop, Web and Server
Platform Support
MacOS,Mac OS X,Windows
Security
None required
Summary
Sets the pitch (whether the voice is high or low) to be used with text to speech.
Examples

revSetSpeechPitch 100
revSetSpeechPitch (the thumbPosition of scrollbar "Pitch")

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Use the revSetSpeechPitch command to change the way speech sounds.

Parameters:

The pitchLevel is an integer between 30 and 127.

Comments:

The greater the pitchLevel, the higher-pitched the computer is when speaking text with the revSpeak command. Use a greater pitchLevel for a treble voice and a lower pitchLevel for a bass voice.

The pitchLevel is logarithmically related to the voice frequency: the range 30 to 127 corresponds approximately to the range from 50Hz to 12,000Hz. If you need to convert from Hertz (cycles per second) to the pitchLevel numbers used with this command, use the following custom function:

function pitchFromHertz theHertzFrequency

get (ln(theHertzFrequency) - ln(261.625))/ln(1.05946309434)

return round(60 + it)

end pitchFromHertz

The pitch specified by the revSetSpeechPitch command is used for all speeches following the command during the current session. If the computer is already speaking when you execute the command, the new pitch affects the current speech.

If text to speech is not available on the current system, the revSetSpeechPitch command sets the result function to an error message.

Important! The revSetSpeechPitchcommand is part of the Speech library. To ensure that the command works in a standalone application, you must include this custom library when you create your standalone. In the Inclusions section on the General screen of the Standalone Application Settings window, make sure "Speech" is selected in the list of script libraries.

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