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I have a project which consist to control the Raspberry with voice.

I use an adapter (Logitech): Google "microphone for raspberry" search.

What configuration do I need to make it work?

  • Don't forget to enter the description here! – bye Oct 5 '16 at 12:11
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If the adapter you mention is a usb sound card, it will work. Alternatively you can also use a GPIO header based sound card, such as one of these.

To record, try installing and using "audacity". Or if you want to use voice commands, try to use one of these already existing softwares to do that. This linke discusses the following 3 softwares which may be of interest to you : Jasper – Voice Recognition Software. Raspberry Pi Voice Recognition by Oscar Liang. Raspberry Pi Voice Control by Steven Hickson.

  • Could you please include some specific detail in your answer, link only answers are generally discouraged. – Darth Vader Sep 3 '16 at 8:35
  • Hi Darth, thanks for the feedback. Unfortunately in this situation, I don't quite see that your feedback is relevant. I have done my best to suggest other means to get microphone input to the Pi. In a second link, I have mentioned where to start with voice control of the Pi. – Matt Sep 4 '16 at 11:26

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