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January 20, 2007 12:20 PM   Subscribe

I'm looking for a sample pack of all of the words/letters/numbers/phonemes from a Speak n' Spell (and/or derivatives). I'm not looking for crazy circuit bent samples... just something I can piece together words/phrases out of. Surely someone has done this.

Failing that, a list of all the words it could say would be cool as well.

I'd like English the most, but German/French would be cool as well.
posted by phrontist to Media & Arts (9 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
 
Well there are Speak and Spell simulators on the web, so you can ask the authors where they got their sample sets from... Or just use the simulator yourself.
posted by grouse at 12:34 PM on January 20, 2007 [1 favorite]


grouse: I've never used an actual speak and spell, but my understanding was that you can't make them say arbitrary words... are there simulators that add this functionality?
posted by phrontist at 12:37 PM on January 20, 2007


If it's of any help I ran the flash here through a decompiler and extracted all the sound samples.
posted by Rhomboid at 12:51 PM on January 20, 2007 [3 favorites]


Don't know, perhaps you will be stuck asking them for the samples.
posted by grouse at 12:51 PM on January 20, 2007


Rhomboid is the man! But those samples will probably disappoint you phrontist. Unfortunately, that is the simulator I have used. There is another one for Windows which is linked off the Wikipedia Speak & Spell page.
posted by grouse at 12:53 PM on January 20, 2007


sound 54 rules. i could listen to that all day. not kidding.
posted by unknowncommand at 5:17 PM on January 20, 2007


Wow, thank you Rhomboid!
posted by bink at 5:48 PM on January 20, 2007


heh, that's the american one. I've got a brit. the best thing in the world is making it say L, F, O! You could just buy an unbent one - they're hella fun.
posted by 6am at 5:52 PM on January 20, 2007


sound 54 rules. i could listen to that all day. not kidding.

Sounds 53 and 54 are now my Windows Logon and Logoff sounds. Thanks Rhomboid!
posted by grouse at 5:31 AM on January 21, 2007


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