We have an application that plays simple sounds as feedback to an
operator in an environment where they should not be required always to
look at the display. All we do is write simple sounds to /dev/dsp.
Nothing fancy. Simple .wav files. Of course, the sounds are, as a
result, rather simple. We would like to improve that aspect of the
program. Allow for better sound. Perhaps even spoken text. I am
looking for suggestions for a good interface library for this kind of
thing. Something that is well supported on openSUSE and plays nice in
a KDE environment. More complex sound files is the main objective.
Spoken text less so. We are flexible about the file format. But an
open format is preferred.
So, suggest away!
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