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#1 2013-08-10 02:01:07

Digit
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Registered: 2009-05-26
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Star Trek style music player.

{disclaimer, very sleepy, have been coaxed into making this thread (i think, too sleepy to tell) and it will get better than this mere scrap about the notion}

plait.
+
voice command and maybe some text to speach.

viola, you have yourself a star trek computer style music player.

of course, you'd likely want to make a few clearer natural language aliases for the plait commands.  (how do you say "plait -r classical"?)

<Tree_Hugger> dude.. you should make a thread
<Tree_Hugger> it would be a legendary thread
<Digit> it'd be a weak ass thread at this hour....  [02:53]
<shazbotmcnasty> haha
<shazbotmcnasty> probably 18:51  Digit: get plait
         hooked up with some voice input, and
         text-to-speech, and you've got
         yourself a  star-trek style computer
         to ask to play music

that'll do.   

~zzz~

Last edited by Digit (2013-08-10 02:02:56)

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#2 2013-08-10 09:17:02

ohnonot
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Registered: 2012-05-22
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Re: Star Trek style music player.

cool!
been using plait, liked it. depends on file names, not tags. but even that could be implemented.
how's the voice part coming along?

...and my music player answered: "insufficient data."

Last edited by ohnonot (2013-08-10 09:17:19)

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#3 2013-08-10 10:05:33

ohyran
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Registered: 2013-05-31
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Re: Star Trek style music player.

Ooooh I wonder if you could do like the same thing but for spotify... like a front end to Spotify? Oh oh oh and then theme it like Star Trek!!!

"Computer, play something dramatic!"
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