[DECtalk] A few questions

GUI Access guiaccess at covad.net
Wed Oct 5 10:02:52 EDT 2005

Here are the relevant parts of that file to listen to:

Track 30 is the MITalk demo and starts at 11:36.

Track 32 is the Speech Plus demo and starts at 12:32.  This is what 
DECtalk 4.6.3 reminds me of.

Track 33 is the Klattalk demo and starts at 12:52.

GUI Access

>For demonstrations of several speech synthesizers including those mentioned
>here, please listen to the following file.  This is from the DECtalk
>Let me know if that URL isn't correct, and if it isn't, it's most likely a
>capitalization issue.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Tony Baechler" <tony at baechler.net>
>To: "DECtalk Discussions" <dectalk at jaybird.no-ip.info>
>Sent: Sunday, October 02, 2005 1:57 AM
>Subject: Re: [DECtalk] A few questions
>>  Hi.  I am not familiar with that speech system.  I've heard of it but have
>>  never heard it talk.  Could you post an mp3 file of it?  I know that you
>>  can't release the demo, but can you at least make sound files so we can
>>  hear it?  Also is there a demo of 5.0?  I think Access Solutions posted
>>  something on their site but what about a third party reviewer?
>>  At 08:45 PM 10/1/2005 -0700, you wrote:
>>  >What is strange is the 4.6.3 classic voices kind of remind me of the old
>>  >Speech Plus 2000 text-to-speech.  Many will know this TTS better as it
>>  >the TTS used in TeleSensory's VERT Plus.
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