Sumit Rai has been creating and sharing about a voice activated Raspberry Pi-based Karaoke project on the Element14 Community. The video above uses the Wolfson audio card and the video below doesn’t.
Follow the onscreen instruction and you are done with creating a voice command based karaoke selector and player.
- The steps in the karaoke.sh scripts involve the 2 second voice recording.
- Then it use Google_API to convert voice command into text.
- Then it compares the text to the available song name in the database.
- Get the name of the karaoke file.
- Play the file using karaoke player.
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