SAMPLE FILE FORMATS
The Speech synthesizer processes text to create computerized or Vocoder-like vocals to your projects. The *.SPEECH presets are supported by all native FL Studio plugins that use custom samples for synthesizing, i.e. Sampler, Granulizer, Fruity Slicer and Fruity Scratcher.
The speech synth is not a stand-alone instrument so does not appear in the add-plugin list, it is a pop-up dialog that processes text to audio then dumps the result as a sliced Audio Clip. To add speech samples to your project start by dragging any speech preset from the Browser speech directory to an empty channel (or plugin that accepts a .wav file). The settings dialog will open, modify the text to your liking and then click OK to apply the preset to the channel. If you start with an empty channel the audio will be saved into an instance of the Fruity Slicer.
3. OK button - Applies the speech preset to the generator/effect selected. If you have changed some of the settings in this dialog, you will be prompted to save the preset with a new name.
You can supply a pitch offset for a word. Just place the offset amount (in semitones) after the word as a number, enclosed in parentheses: "Semitone up(1), 2 semitones down(-2)". If in this sample the base pitch is, for example, F#2, the word "up" will have pitch G2 (one semitone higher), the word "down" will have pitch E2 (two semitones lower).
To get more naturally sounding sentences, you may try replacing intervals " " with underscore "_". So the sentence: "This is example sentence", turns to: "This_is_example_sentence".
Note that underscored sentences are recognized as a single word by Fruity Slicer channels and are not sliced properly (see below).
When you open a speech preset in a Fruity Slicer channel, the sentence is automatically sliced so each word resides in a separate slice. Because of this feature, a BeatSlicer grid (*.zgr) file is automatically generated by the Fruity Slicer channel, that contains the sentence.