eGuideDog project develops free software for the blind. Currently, we focus on WebSpeech, Ekho TTS and WebAnywhere.
A multimedia authoring and processing framework and a video playout server for television broadcasting.
This project develops an open source editor for Clavia Nord Modular and Micro Modular synthesizers.
Arabisc is speaker independent large vocabulary continuous speech recognizer for Arabic language released under GNU license.It is also a collection of open source tools that allows researchers and developers to build speech recognition systems for Arab
Abram's Unix Sound System is a stream based sound system meant for connected applications together through easy to use APIs.
This is an engine for running audio games or any 2D audio application. It reads a XML file and can create a full game or application, plays environmental sounds, translates vision scene into sounds using volume and stereo control.
BowTIE (Brass Technique Instruction Environment) is an application designed to help trumpet, horn, euphonium, and tuba players learn fingering technique. BowTIE provides excellent support for trumpet and horn players who are learning to transpose.
DTW is intended to be a Voice in -> Pictures + Text out program written in java using Sphinx from CMU. This is intended to be useful to people who have good oral/visual literacy skills but poor written literacy skills.
The Dashboard Linux PC Project. A Linux UI for automobile multimedia. To be used for MP3's, GPS, DVDs, CD, etc.
The Lazybones project is a server and a collection of clients. It allows one person to voice control multiple machines. Designed for software developers and sys admins, Lazybones speeds up redundant and/or complex tasks.
Software from LoCI Laboratory is devoted to information logistics, the study of the flexible coscheduling of the physical resources that underpin computer systems: storage, computation, and data transmission. We use IBP, L-Bone, exNode and LoRS.
OpenLyrics is a project to provide a free, open source database, software, and various access methods (such as SOAP) for integrating song lyrics into music applications.
Semiofon is a project that aims a semiotic based emotive speech syntesis for written and graphic information. It involves the development of different auxiliar softwares as parsers, sound annalysis and syntesis, and continuous media notation.
The goal of the Standard MP3 Database Project (SMDP) is to provide a standard means of storing MP3 ID3 tag and Ogg comment information within a database, such as PostgreSQL, and MySQL, along with an API for querying a SMDP-compliant database.
The b-calculus musical analysis assistant and data miner
VoxForge collects user-submitted speech audio files for the creation of Acoustic Models for Free and Open Source Speech Recognition Engines such as HTK, Julius, ISIP and Sphinx.
Tools for managing, parsing and indexing 'plain text' data files from imdb.com. (see http://www.imdb.com/interfaces)
modPrismiq -- open source implementations for the prismiq media player
webplay creates from a collection of mp3s and Ogg-Vorbis files (directory or database) a web-based jukebox with support for multiple independent streams. it also maintains control over the stream and can change codec/bit-rate, skip or goto a track, etc.