Actually this chip is only a sound generator and not a speech synthesizer. I do though also have two or three speech synth chips, the SP0256A-AL2, which was used I think in the old Speak n' Spell. A very lo-fi speech synth.noise wrote:I would just get it setup for prototyping, figure out how to drive it, perhaps from an arduino.
From there we can just tinker with it to see what fun stuff we can make it do.
Actual speech synthesis is not required, if it can generate some glitchy goodness then all the better.
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