The official docs talk about all the different ways you can try it for yourself
I will be making an update to Rhasspy soon to add Mimic 3 as a TTS option, which I would recommend over Larynx now. Especially for the Pi 3 and 4, I’d say this is a big win for open source offline TTS!
Seems I didn’t get deep enough into all the details…?
Afai now found out, the “thorsten_low” voice is already based on the (preliminary) version now named 22.05-neutral. So most likely atm there’s no specific action required.
Glad to hear it’s coming to Rhasspy! I will probably go through some efforts in getting it added in Home Intent for 64bit pi os’s. The bit of experimenting I’ve done has been incredibly promising, the realtime factor is really good. Thanks for putting it out there!
After that, I changed in my rhasbian Server (I have Server / Satelllites):
preferences → Text to Speech to MaryTTS
After save and restart, I changed
URL to http://10.2.254.251:59125/process (Thats the IP of the docker home)
After save and restart, I refreshed available voices
Now I could pick up my language/voice.
This works! Great !! Thank You
Problems with german language:
“.” vs. “,” :
11.00 → Elf tausend (eleven thousand)
11,00 → Elf komma Null (eleven point zero)
(So I add a replace command in Home Assistant to temperature values)
Beginning and End of sentences:
If rhasbian speaks a sentence, there are missing words in the beginning and at the end.
With home assistant there is a strange sound at the end, if you finish the sentence with a point (.) No words missing