June, 2005

  • Rob's Speech Stuff

    Speech synthesis example

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    The last couple of posts have dealt with recognition. The other half of speech is synthesis. The System.Speech.Synthesis namespace contains a variety of classes for rendering text to speech. Here's some sample code that uses a PromptBuilder class to utilize...
  • Rob's Speech Stuff

    Speech grammars example

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    I figured it's about time for another example. A lot of scenarios require the speech recognizer to listen for a constrained set of phrases - a "grammar". The app developer can express this with the W3C's SRGS XML format. The WinFX speech API provides...
  • Rob's Speech Stuff

    Speech sample in VB.NET

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    Here's a small sample showing how to use the new Speech API from VB.NET. I'm running VS 2005 beta 2, WinFX SDK, the Avalon & Indigo beta 1 RC , and the speech recogniser that comes with Office 2003. Just create a new VB project and write code...
  • Rob's Speech Stuff

    Pssstt… wanna job?

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    If you’re an experienced developer with great skills in C++ and C# and you're interested in joining the speech team at Microsoft, cast your eyes over this posting: http://members.microsoft.com/careers/search/details.aspx?JobID=55e03119-8480-4311-a02e...
  • Rob's Speech Stuff

    Another MS speech blogger

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    Jay Waltmunson's started blogging about text-to-speech http://blogs.msdn.com/texttospeech/
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