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How to merge wave files and text to speech converted file? Can anyone please help me


Example : wave file1 + text to speech converted file + wave file2
I need all these files to be merged into a single file and get played
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Updated 6-Jul-15 21:38pm
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gggustafson 6-Jul-15 11:16am    
See http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/15187/Concatenating-Wave-Files-Using-C-2005.

If that doesn't do, Google "c# append .wav files". There are many suggestions there.
Member 11776849 7-Jul-15 3:30am    
how to save text to speech to wav file and merge it with other wave file?
gggustafson 7-Jul-15 9:40am    
Have you searched Google?
Member 11776849 8-Jul-15 2:34am    
Yes I Googled, I got to know to concatenate multiple wave files . I also tried concatenating the wave files in the following order but am facing few problems :

1. WAVE FILE 1 + (TEXT TO SPEECH) WAVE FILE + WAVE FILE 2
When I play a concatenated file, First WAVE FILE 1 get played which is clear followed by (TEXT TO SPEECH) WAVE FILE which is NOT CLEAR VERY FAST TOO and followed by WAVE FILE2 which is clear

2. (TEXT TO SPEECH) WAVE FILE + WAVE FILE 1
First (TEXT TO SPEECH) WAVE FILE get played which is NOT CLEAR VERY FAST TOO followed by WAVE FILE 1 which is clear

3. WAVE FILE 1 + (TEXT TO SPEECH) WAVE FILE
When I play neither WAVE FILE 1 nor (TEXT TO SPEECH) WAVE FILE get played , instead it makes some WEIRD SOUND
gggustafson 8-Jul-15 4:29am    
It appears that your text-to-speech conversion is the culprit. Have you tried a different TTS engine? When I was working on the Improved Precision Approach Radar Trainer (IPART)<\a> project, I found that TTS engines varied gratly in performance.

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