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Natural Voice Text to Speech Reader
 

Description

NaturalReader is not just any Text to Speech software program as it comes with realistic voices. With this software you can now easily make the pc read and record any text. It supports most text format files such as reading from emails, portable document files (PDF), it can even read from any website or webpage. Let us not forget it supports the popular document and text or rtf format. NaturalReader can easily convert all written text into audio files WAV or MP3 that you can listen later on from an iPod, portable mp3 player or CD player.

Price
Free (Free edition) – Free download
$ 49.50 (Personal edition) – Buy now!
$ 99.50 (Professional edition) – Buy now!

Homepage
http://www.naturalreaders.com/

Screenshots

Voice Software Bar
(Natural Reader easy to use floating bar – compact mode)

NaturalReader Text to Voice Software integrates itself into existing office software
(NaturalReader Toolbar from office: integrated for easy usage)

You can use Text to Voice technology right from Internet Explorer
(Plugin for Internet Explorer so that text to voice is done in a snap)

Features

  • Easy Usage; Integration with popular software
  • Supports compressed audio format
  • Natural or Real sounding voice for the text to speech
  • You tweak everything: Quality, Speed and many other adjustments

Review

Ever since I’ve been experiencing eye problems while working behind my computer I have been searching for products that could help me with reading from my computer screen. I’ve tried a lot of text to speech products and I never really found any good one until I found Natural Voice Text To Speech Reader. A lot of the products I used before either didn’t support the formats I wanted or they had a really rubbish performance or they were too expansive for me to buy or, last but definitely not least, were not user friendly at all.

It happens quite a lot that I let it read a document and record as MP3 and listen it when I want. The voice that is used here is pleasant to listen to. One of the other things of which I was and still am very happy about is the user interface. It’s very clear how to operate it. Later, when I got familiar enough with the product, I started customizing the settings more and more. And after a testing a lot of combination of settings I found the setting that was absolutely perfect to me. This even made me more satisfied with this product.

I can do nothing but recommending this product to everyone, don’t let the price scare you away cause it is absolutely worth it!

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My Voice Diary
 

My Voice Diary

Description
My Voice Diary is a personal voice diary software. You can keep a voice diary or journal on your PC with it. The diary file is encrypted, so no one else can get it without your permission. You can also export your diary to MP3 file to share it with your friends.

Price
Free

Homepage

http://www.bobsoft.com/mvd/

Screenshots

Voice Recording with Voice Diary

Voice Recording with Voice Diary

Features

  • Real-time compress.
  • You can edit your old diaries.
  • Compress faster.
  • Record voice diary without length-limitation.
  • Manage your diaries easily.
  • Beautiful skins to choose.
  • Export your diary to MP3 audio file.
  • Compressed data, save your disk space.
  • Encrypted file, protect your diary.

Review #1

Don’t you have that feeling sometimes that you’ve got so much to do when you’re sitting in front of your PC? With My Voice Diary you can help yourself reminding you to your tasks. Or if you’re keeping a normal diary or journal this software is excellent for you. Normal diary’s can be opened with seconds and then all your personal information is visible.

But with My Voice Diary you have the option to encrypt your diary so you are the only one who can open it! The interface is straight out easy to use. And you don’t have to let this software lay aside cause of the price cause it’s completely free.

Conclusion:
Bring your diary to the 21th century and store them (protected) on your PC.

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Funny Voice
 

Funny Voice

Description
“Funny Voice” changes the pitch of your voice. Higher pitch will let you sound like a smurf, less pitch will give you a deep voice. All you need is a microphone.
Instead of your microphone, plug in the sound output of your tv card or your audio system and listen!

Price
Free

Homepage

http://www.graphics-tools.com/freeware/freeware.html

Screenshots

Change voice Pitch

Change voice Pitch

Features

Review #1
Funny to play with for a moment, but in the end it’s still ok :).

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FreeTTS
 

FreeTTS

Description
FreeTTS is a speech synthesis system written entirely in the JavaTM programming language. It is based upon Flite: a small run-time speech synthesis engine developed at Carnegie Mellon University. Flite is derived from the Festival Speech Synthesis System from the University of Edinburgh and the FestVox project from Carnegie Mellon University.

Homepage

http://freetts.sourceforge.net/

Features
This release of FreeTTS includes:

  • Core speech synthesis engine
  • Support for a number of voices:
    • an 8khz diphone, male, US English voice
    • a 16khz diphone, male US English voice
    • a 16khz limited domain, male US English voice
  • Support for importing voices from FestVox (US English only)
  • Specific support for importing CMU ARCTIC voices from FestVox (US English only)
  • Support for MBROLA voices (downloaded separately):
    • a 16khz female, US English voice
    • two 16khz male US English voices
  • Partial support for JSAPI 1.0
  • Extensive API documentation
  • Several demo applications

Review #1

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Festival Speech Synthesis System
 

Festival Speech Synthesis System

Description

Festival offers a general framework for building speech synthesis systems as well as including examples of various modules. As a whole it offers full text to speech through a number APIs: from shell level, though a Scheme command interpreter, as a C++ library, from Java, and an Emacs interface. Festival is multi-lingual (currently English (British and American), and Spanish) though English is the most advanced. Other groups release new languages for the system. And full tools and documentation for build new voices are available through Carnegie Mellon’s FestVox project (http://festvox.org)

The system is written in C++ and uses the Edinburgh Speech Tools Library for low level architecture and has a Scheme (SIOD) based command interpreter for control. Documentation is given in the FSF texinfo format which can generate, a printed manual, info files and HTML.

Festival is free software. Festival and the speech tools are distributed under an X11-type licence allowing unrestricted commercial and non-commercial use alike.

Price
Free

Homepage

http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/projects/festival/

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Features
A beta version of 2.0 (labelled 1.95-beta) is available for download. This is the most recent version available for free and unrestricted use. This version is functionally equivalent to 2.0, but we are holding back changing the number to 2.0 until we can accommodate compatibility with newer versions of compilers. New in this release are:

  • HTS hidden Markov model based synthesis engine from Nagoya Institute of Technology.
  • Multisyn general purpose unit selection synthesis engine from CSTR
  • support for gcc 3.2 and 3.3, and intel 8.0
  • clunits unit selection improvements
  • Apple OS X support
  • bug fixes galore.

Other features include:

  • Backwards compatibility with Festival 1.4.3
  • English (British and American), Spanish and Welsh text to speech
  • Externally configurable language independent modules:
    • phonesets
    • lexicons
    • letter-to-sound rules
    • tokenizing
    • part of speech tagging
    • intonation and duration
  • Waveform synthesizers:
  • diphone based: residual excited LPC (and PSOLA not for distribution)
  • MBROLA database support.
  • distributed under a free X11-type licence
  • generalisation of stats modules, ngram, CART, wfst with viterbi so they can be shared more easily
  • Initial JSAPI support
  • XML load for Relations
  • Portable (Unix) distribution
  • On-line documentation
  • SABLE markup, Emacs, client/server (including Java), scripting interfaces.

Review #1





         





 
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