[linux-audio-user] Re: Speeding up Speech

Juhana Sadeharju kouhia at nic.funet.fi
Mon Feb 7 09:21:13 EST 2005

I'm sure the 96 kHz converters have not been designed for
this kind of application. Only choise is to record with
the normal speed.

It could be more realistic to buy multiple cassette players.
That would reduce the digitization time easily. You would
not need quality players if you have only speech on the
tapes. The neat thing is that multiple players would reduce
your idle time as you would need to change the cassettes
all the time.

If there would be simple robots available, one could
leave the cassette changing to the robot.

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