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Audio to Text Sequence

This Sequence demonstrates how to turn voice data into summaries with AssemblyAI Speech models. Audio is sent to Scramjet Transform Hub using data streaming with an audio transcript as an output.


For this Sequence to run properly on your Linux machine use the following command to start STH.

$ DEVELOPMENT=true sth --runtime-adapter=process

NOTE: To run this Sequence, you'll need your AssemblyAI token, which must be included when executing the si start command

Install and Run

Install the Scramjet Transform Hub (STH) locally or use Scramjet's Cloud Platform environment for the Sequence deployment. For more information on the below commands check the CLI reference section on Scramjet's Website.

On the Linux terminal execute the following commands:

# Create a directory __pypackages__ in the same directory as
~/audio2text-input$ mkdir __pypackages__

# Install dependencies in the __pypackages__ folder.
~/audio2text-input$ pip3 install -t __pypackages__ -r requirements.txt

# Pack the audio2text-input folder into a gzip format
~$ si sequence pack audio2text-input

# Send the audio2text-input.tar.gz Sequence to the Scramjet's Transform-Hub, with a return <Sequence-id> value
~$ si sequence send audio2text-input.tar.gz --progress

# Start the Sequence with argument, you'll need your AssemblyAI token
~$ si seq start <Sequence-id> --args=[\"token\"]

# Send the audio file as input
~$ si instance input <Instance-id> local/path/to/audio.wav -e -t application/octet-stream

# Return transcript from AssemblyAI as output
~$ si instance output <Instance-id>

Check out the source on GitHub

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