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Here's how you can make the text to speech app (eSpeak) sing on android.

Some months ago I saw on YouTube a video about making eSpeak sing on Windows. Anyway this video isn't available anymore. After I saw that, I thought about making the android version of this app sing. After lots of google search I found that using SSML (Speech Synthesis Markup Language) can do it.
1. Download the app for android here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.reecedunn.espeak
2. After successfull installation, in the app click on "LOAD SSML TEMPLATE" It will look like this: https://ibb.co/jGddPVw


3. If you paste this, you will hear it sings "do re mi fa so la ti do". Code: https://ibb.co/ftXjFwt
4. So now it looks like this: https://ibb.co/zR8XbdZ
5. Also you can paste this for halftone: https://ibb.co/xFv1zxk
6. Here's an example of eSpeak sings "Jingle Bells": https://voca.ro/1jL6GAfrawQG
7. Code for "Jingle Bells": https://ibb.co/DfNLVHC

Fudgetusk
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To save the audio file as wav

To save the audio file as wav, you have to use another text to speech app. It's called "Tell Me". Download it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.simplycomplexapps.ASTe...
1. Now just paste the same SSML tag. Screenshot: https://ibb.co/qyWkCXH

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Oh, Thanks, can't wait to try

Oh, Thanks, can't wait to try it out.

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