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How to convert a text file to MP3?

The dynamic and rapid development of IT technologies sometimes makes it necessary to take a fresh look at seemingly ordinary things, such as reading books. A little bit of the fact that enjoying the masterpieces of world literature as well as domestic classics today is allowed not only from the computer display, but also from the phone screen, so now a new trend of modern thought has arisen, or rather hearing - an audiobook. Hmmm, it would not be easy for Aleksandr Sergeevich and Arina Rodionovna in our harsh years, at what time magnetic data carriers clearly prevail over paper ones - what kind of fairy tales can exist here ...

Okay, let's discard the superfluous memories and let us turn to the main thing - the task of converting text data into audio format, which we will courageously resolve with the help of the program TextSound 2.0 from ByteCool Software.

TextSound supports a significant number of different audio formats, in which it is possible to record the contents of any text act. Please note that in order to support your native language, you will need to additionally download a module for the synthesis of the Russian word L & H TTS3000 Russian (we have already done this operation before in the material on the speaker saying "ICQ").

There are no few words in the synthesizer settings, but they are quite enough to make the virtual word more or less distinct, as well, as our sophisticated musical ear is not cut.

Another bonus from TextSound programmers is command line support. This opportunity will greatly please those who like to automate everything, by writing the necessary CMD files.

What we have with the cost TextSound? The developers of ByteCool Software sell their software for $ 30, while providing an opportunity for anyone who wants to try the utility for fifty conversions from one format to another.