A feature-rich dictionary lookup program, supporting multiple dictionaries' formats, perfect article rendering with the complete markup, illustrations and other content retained, and allowing to type in words without any accents or correct case.
Rewriting of lia_phon (http://tcts.fpms.ac.be/synthesis/mbrola/tts/French/lia_phon.tar.gz) in c++/object Some tools for testing and improving subfunctions would be added (GUI...)
A complete Delphi/Kylix based interface for Dialogic hardware using the System Release 5.0 or higher.
A cross-platform wrapper for common text-to-speech engines in Python
Steel is a cross-platform package for using common text-to-speech (speech synthesis) engines in Python. Steel currently supports the following TTS software: - Microsoft Speech API 5 (SAPI5) - eSpeak - NS Speech Synthesis - FreeTTS Documentation: http://sourceforge.net/p/steeltts/wiki/ Bug Tracker: http://sourceforge.net/p/steeltts/tickets/ If you are interested in contributing to the Steel TTS codebase, or would like to make a feature-request, please contact the lead developer, Jasper Danielson, at email@example.com.
A complete management solution for LAN Houses, CyberCafes and Internet Services Bureaus, and also a higly customizable and reliable substitute for expensive and poorly designed proprietary tools. Resources: Access/MSDE, TCP/IP, UDP and DirectSpeech.
Text to Speech software
'Speak Up' is a TEXT TO SPEECH software.That's not all it has speech recognition and much more.Try it for yourself and send us a feedback on our guestbook. 'Speak Up' 2,0 is packed with new features and upgrades.Check it out for yourself.
A text to speech converter which will be able to read any document(Presently it is reading text and .doc files).The main aim of the project is to make reading an interesting task and assist BLIND people.
ShortTalk: editing text by voice
[ShortTalk influenced more current approaches to programming by voice, see Tavis Rudd or Utter Commands. It doesn't work anymore, with Jaspan's vr-mode not functioning with NaturallySpeaking 13. /NK 2014] ShortTalk aspires to be a perfect and universal spoken language for editing and other intensive computer-mediated tasks. EmacsListen, the GNU Emacs code base in this project, implements ShortTalk and addresses key usability issues in dictation systems.
The goal of this project is to provide an opensource framework in Java to convert text to voice (in MP3) format. Most of the implementation is be based on Java though some third party speech engines can be used which would be platform dependent.
The Blind Audio Tactile Mapping System (BATS) attempts to address the lack of spatial information available for visually impaired students.
This project includes basic NLP and DSP techniques for Text-to-Speech
See TTS demo at: http://rslp.racai.ro/index.php?page=tts This is an entirely written in JAVA project which includes a set of tools and methods designed to enable Multilingual Text-to-Speech (TTS) synthesis. We currently support English and Romanian but we will soon train more models and make them available for download. If you want to read more about our other NLP and TTS tools check out http://nlptools.racai.ro.
My Freedom To Communicate (MyFTC) is Assistive Technology (AT) software that uses text-to-speech technology to enable nonverbal individuals to communicate easily in real life situations.
A program to record and sequentially play audio spots in e.g. supermarkets. This project is now on github: http://github.com/pryds/spotmachine
Speak clipboard is a Windows application written on C# that reads the content of the computer clipboard with natural voice.
The Open VXI VoiceXML interpreter is a portable open source library that interprets the VoiceXML dialog markup language. It is designed to serve as a reference for parties interested in understanding how VoiceXML markup might be executed.
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
Having basic screen reading functions issued by the blinds plus supporting Plugins which makes the screen reader costomizeable by the user. Ability to export and import user settings. For more information visit our project homepage.
WebTTS is a free, open source text to sppech (TTS) extension for Firefox. What does it means? You can listen the content of the webpage!! WebTTS is based on FreeTTS, therefore needs Java to run. You can download the Java Runtime Environment at: http://ja
This program runs on XP/2000/NT plataform using the Microsoft .NET Framework and Microsoft SAPI speech / voice engine. Its function is to monitor an unlimited number of files on local or remote filesystems , for changes and then speak the content
SimpleSpeech is a research about developing automatic speech recognition (ASR) system that using Hidden Markov Models (HMM) method as the core engine. This research is purposed for students or ASR beginners that being interested in ASR.
OpenVocoder is exactly what its name suggests: An open-source vocoder. OpenVocoder, or "OpVoc", is capable of encoding many different audio file formats, and applying a wide range of flexible filters to them, then exporting to one of many formats.
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.
VoiceGuard is a Win32 application that listens to what a speakers speaks into his/her mic and decides whether he/she is an authorised user or not. The system must have a sound card installed.
ViGiL is supposed to be a platform-independent tool for singing students. In it's final version it should be able to analyze a voice recording (read from audio file or microphone) and compare it to a given score according to melody, rhythm and dynamics.