True, but one of the issues is a lot of those who are making the
requests are foreign speaking customers where English is not their
native tongue. Therefore they want the voice slowed down so they can
understand the game better. That's understandable, but how slow is too
slow and how fast is too fast for them.
I do understand where they are coming from. I had some French and
German in high school and college, and although I know the basics of
the languages I don't speak them every day, and if I were to actually
talk to someone going 90 miles a minute in French or German half of it
would get passed me as I can't process it that fast. That said, as
most of the users do know English I think they could probably get by
with it set to the current rate. It actually sounds a bit slow to me,
but I'm comfortable with the current rate personally.
On 6/25/11, Karl Belanger <karl.belan...@comcast.net> wrote:
> Personally, I think the voice is fine as is. I think you'll run across the
> problem that if you slow the voice down to much, people will start to say
> that the voice is dragging. If enough people say the voice is to fast and
> you decide to slow it down, I think the simplest way to determine the best
> speed would be to record a few samples at different rates, and see which
> people like most, or another possibility would be to estimate the rate a
> person would say the same rate and set it for that.
> Personally, I say leave it as is.
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