In short, this is one feature-packed sound card. Supported Settings If your card supports Plug and Play, your device resources are configured automatically. The board was also fully compatible with the AWE32 option in software and used the same Windows drivers. How realistic are the voices? This did not affect the Creative Wave Blaster daughterboard header. Output volume is controlled by software.

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Creative Labs owns E-mu, so it’s no surprise that Sound Blaster cards are starting to use audio technology from this outstanding keyboard-synthesizer manufacturer.

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You are logged in as. The package ships aww32 nine voices: Click here to review our site terms of use. Many of the Sound Blaster AWE32 cards had codecs which supported bass, treble, and gain adjustments through Creative’s included mixer software.

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They actually have names and personalities. The versatile General MIDI emulation from E-mu, the ability to load your own MIDI samples into memory, 1 the natural-sounding text-to-speech engine make this card a great choice for anyone looking for state-of-the-art PC audio.

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Supported Settings If your card supports Plug and Play, your device resources are configured automatically. Retrieved from ” https: The option was used mostly as an effect engine for chorus and flanging effects.

Actual physical modeling instruments were not popular on the AWE, although some support exists in the SoundFont format. Allowing you to bring the onboard RAM up to 28MB means this board will attract serious attention from professional musicians. On the initial release, Creative promoted the EMU as a waveguide physical modelling synthesis engine, due to its ability to work with delay lines. OPL-3 support varied among the models: If your card supports Plug and Play, your device resources are configured automatically.

The TextAssist programs feature realistic voices and are significantly more accurate than other systems running on PCs.

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This page was last edited on 20 Januaryat The package also contains a strong selection of audio applications and utilities, including Creative VoiceAssist, an easy-to-use speech recognition system; Creative WaveStudio 2. Defaults are shown in this typeface. In most cases, you wouldn’t 166 them with real voices, but if you wae32 listen too closely and there was ade32 fair amount of background noise, you could be fooled.


Most text-to-speech programs sound too robotic and mispronounce too many words to be of much use. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. There were many variants and revisions of the AWE32, however, with numerous variations in audio chipset, amplifier selection and design, and supported features.

The features and interfaces that are supported by the Solaris sbpro driver are described in the audio 7I and sbpro 7D man pages. For example, Dennis has a breathy male voice, Wendy has a whispery female voice, and Kit has a child’s voice.

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In short, this is one feature-packed sound card. From Creative Guy for the Tech Ase32 If you believe this comment is offensive or violates the CNET’s Site Terms of Useyou can report it below this will not automatically remove the comment. These chips comprised a powerful and flexible sample-based synthesis system, based on E-mu’s high-end sampler systems such as the E-mu Emulator III and E-mu Proteus.