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In case you're bored with listening to the Garmin voice that come pre-loaded with your Garmin and tired of the repetitive 'recalculating' you might like to try listening instead to Dr Nightmare! This is what I do to create my own Garmin voice files: 1. Dr Nightmare speaks in a deep scary voice and certainly doesn't say 'recalculating'. These Garmin voices are not compatible with Garmin Nuvi 300 or Nuvi 600 series though. Find the "Garmin/Voice" folder on the Garmin GPS drive. Find on your GPS and copy to your computer a non-TTS voice (VPM file) 2. " I have found that you can record your own MP3 voice files to add to such things as POI and speed and red light alerts. You can download: - Garmin Voice Studio Download - Dave Zabriskie voice: Dr Nightmare for Garmin - Dr Nightmare voice: Dr Nightmare for Garmin - Elfred the Elf voice: Elfred the Elf for Garmin - Mat White voice: Matt White - Yeti voice: Yeti - Squirrely voice: Squirrely - UK voices: - Saracens Front Row: The Saracens Front Row (UK) - Adam Powell: Adam Powell (Saracens UK) - Chris Wyles: Chris Wyles (Saracens UK) - Neil de Kock: Neil de Kock (Saracens UK) BTW - it's free! Backup your old voice file before you make any changes to it. 3- Start Voice Editor and select a VPM file name 4- Select Split to extract the VPM file content into separate WAV files 5- Use Microsoft's Sound Recorder, Audacity or any other WAV editor to preview/record/edit exported WAV files 6- Select Join to merge the WAV files back into a Garmin VPM formated voice file 7- Copy your new non-TTS VPM voice file to your GPS (backup your old voice file first) Nuvi 2xx users can create WAV voice files with tts software This is an excellent way to create your own voice alerts. Just make sure that the file name is exactly the same except for the extension .mp3 of course. VPM files are in the /Garmin/Voice/ folder (GPS or SD cars). It allows you to create and edit your own, personalized non-TTS voice for Garmin. Then you will need to go into your Garmin device, select Settings then select Language - you should then be able to see the voice you've just added. Garminers, Just recently I discovered this great voice utility: Voice Utility. Choose your voice (American/English; Male/Female), type what you want, and click download. It's fun to have my kid's voice telling me: "Turn left Mum... In case you're bored with listening to the Garmin voice that come pre-loaded with your Garmin and tired of the repetitive 'recalculating' you might like to try listening instead to Dr Nightmare! This is what I do to create my own Garmin voice files: 1. Dr Nightmare speaks in a deep scary voice and certainly doesn't say 'recalculating'. These Garmin voices are not compatible with Garmin Nuvi 300 or Nuvi 600 series though. Find the "Garmin/Voice" folder on the Garmin GPS drive. Find on your GPS and copy to your computer a non-TTS voice (VPM file) 2. " I have found that you can record your own MP3 voice files to add to such things as POI and speed and red light alerts. You can download: - Garmin Voice Studio Download - Dave Zabriskie voice: Dr Nightmare for Garmin - Dr Nightmare voice: Dr Nightmare for Garmin - Elfred the Elf voice: Elfred the Elf for Garmin - Mat White voice: Matt White - Yeti voice: Yeti - Squirrely voice: Squirrely - UK voices: - Saracens Front Row: The Saracens Front Row (UK) - Adam Powell: Adam Powell (Saracens UK) - Chris Wyles: Chris Wyles (Saracens UK) - Neil de Kock: Neil de Kock (Saracens UK) BTW - it's free! Backup your old voice file before you make any changes to it. 3- Start Voice Editor and select a VPM file name 4- Select Split to extract the VPM file content into separate WAV files 5- Use Microsoft's Sound Recorder, Audacity or any other WAV editor to preview/record/edit exported WAV files 6- Select Join to merge the WAV files back into a Garmin VPM formated voice file 7- Copy your new non-TTS VPM voice file to your GPS (backup your old voice file first) Nuvi 2xx users can create WAV voice files with tts software This is an excellent way to create your own voice alerts. Just make sure that the file name is exactly the same except for the extension .mp3 of course. VPM files are in the /Garmin/Voice/ folder (GPS or SD cars). It allows you to create and edit your own, personalized non-TTS voice for Garmin. Then you will need to go into your Garmin device, select Settings then select Language - you should then be able to see the voice you've just added. Garminers, Just recently I discovered this great voice utility: Voice Utility. Choose your voice (American/English; Male/Female), type what you want, and click download. It's fun to have my kid's voice telling me: "Turn left Mum...

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