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Hi everyone!

I just thought I would share this website I ran across last week with you all. Somebody I know was looking for a woman’s voice with an English accent to record his voicemail greeting, and he was referred to AT&T Labs Text-To-Speach website, where you can enter any text and have it output to 16 different voices! You can also enter some text in English, and have it translated and read back in Spanish, German or French!

Of course, you still get that slight “robotic” sounding voice, and although I am not fluent in Spanish, German or French, I’m willing to bet there are some translation issues there. However, I think this is a pretty neat resource to check out, and the text-to-speach actually sounded more human than most I’ve seen, so I thought I would share it with everybody.

You can find it at:

Check it out and see what you think. After you try it out,  share your thoughts about that site by posting a comment here. I’m interested in seeing what your thoughts are on it.

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Article posted by: Neon on July 9th, 2007

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Comment by Werra
Oct 09 2009 at 12:10 pm

Why would I want this when you misspell “speech” in the title?

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