[DECtalk] Singing Computers

Tyler programmer651 at comcast.net
Sun May 12 13:54:50 EDT 2013

How can I do the somewhat musical things with Eloquence? Can I do it through JAWS?
Tyler Z
On Sun, 12 May 2013 19:34:42 +0200, Christian wrote:

>I am also very interested in this.
>I also read about Vocaloid, but I don't find a demo of it.
>Would like to try it as well, just to see how it is.
>Many thanks,
>On 2013-05-12 at 10:10 Alfredo's Desktop computer wrote:
>>In regards to VocalWriter, I am considering to start some kind of a 
>>protest, but not sure where to start. All people do is talk about how 
>>inaccessible do, but few take action, and I am the kind of person who 
>>wants things to be done. Excuse my raving and ranting, but such things 
>>are not acceptable. If we cannot make them make it accessible, we must 
>>do it ourselves. Surely we can augment our senses to read what we could 
>>not, but it will need practice. Has anyone tried making Apple scripts 
>>for it?
>>Now, I recently got a hold of Vocaloid Version 3, and although most of 
>>the menus and things work fine, the Items view in Windows Seven Home 
>>Premium X-64 makes it impossible to navigate with NVDA and I have to use 
>>file name directories and object flat review to do what I want. I was 
>>able to load a MIDI into the synthesiser, but only managed to make it 
>>hum using the Lilly voice, and have no way to change it. Seriously there 
>>are a lot of things that are not accessible and I think we need to do 
>>something about it, not just sit around and complain.
>>Sorry if my talk has upset anyone, but it is the truth. Any other help 
>>on finding solutions would be appreciated. I am still on the hunt for 
>>those interesting songs Flint made with VocalWriter.
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