A few days ago I was asked about an easy way to create audio files to be used as datasets in Custom Speech Service (CRIS). As I mentioned in a previous post, the audio files must have special features, so it is important to create them correctly.
Note: the files are WAVs files, mono and another pair of details makes it not easy to create them in a single step.
Although there are several ways to create these files, this is the one I use and it works.
- To record the audio I use an app that comes by default in Windows: Voice Recorder
- I guess I don’t need to explain how the app works. Just press the microphone button. Nor do we expect many options in the Settings section.
- Once we have recorded a session, we can access the list of recordings. If we see the record path…
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