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25 June 2004 3:38:15pm
There is a free version as well as a "PRO" version.
|SayIt - Text to Speech||
13 September 2000 5:44:04pm
Inspired by that evil device many of us were tormented by as children, the Speak&Spell, AnalogX SayIt gives your computer a synthesized voice to rival that of Colossus (from the movie Colossus: The Forbin Project). Type in any word or phrase, set the sliders to the appropriate settings, and click the 'Render' button - out pops a nice little wave file. Or, if you are just playing around, use the 'Preview' button an hear what it sounds like. It's that simple. AnalogX SayIt outputs 16-bit wave files, and can handle phrases up to 500 characters, more than enough for your average computer speech needs.
This site has heaps of other audio and other utilities, well worth a look around. I found the sound to be too electronic and tool too hard to use (no doco and no reset for options).
25 June 2004 3:56:24pm
This is a free text to speech program that uses windows notepad. Any text that is cut and pasted into the text file SayIt 2000 will read to you.
This gave quite reasonable speech for the words I tried, I think it uses Windows 2000 built in text to speech.
24 December 2006 8:06:19am
Free program by Dennis Bareis for use in batch files etc.
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