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"arsalan khan" <ardkhan138@yahoo.com> wrote in message <itqspj$5kh$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> hi,
>     I want to generate a speech signal from matlab can anyone help me. And further want to plot the signal both in time domain and frequency domain. The lenght of the signal can be any. Thank you

Hi, The other poster may have been confused since you titled your post "Speech acquisition", which implies you are reading speech data into MATLAB. If you check the file exchange, there are some text-to-speech submissions.

On the other hand, by using AR models, you can simulate speech like waveforms, so it depends on what your goals are.

Wayne