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How to make audio codals?

Posted: February 11, 2011 in How to Guides
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Apart from the pdf, law students can also study by converting their reading materials to audio (i.e. mp3 files). Doing this would allow you to continue studying with just your mp3 player.

How is it done?

1. Once again, you’ll need an electronic device such as a computer to do this.

2. Then, you need to access sites where there are electronic copies of jurisprudence and codals, e.g., Revised Penal Code, Civil Code, etc. Sites like chanrobles and lawphil have some very good content in there so better check those.

3. You need to have a software which converts text-to-speech. For PC users, textaloud is a very good example. For mac users, you may want to look at CK’s text to speech converter.

4. Both programs will convert whatever text you have to your desired audio formats so all that is left for you to do is to place them in your mp3 player such as an ipod and listen to them through your earphones.

Of course, listening to the same old voice might bore people. That isn’t a problem as both options mentioned earlier provides for a lot of different voices you may choose so as not to make listening boring. Hope that helps.