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  • Blog Post: Programming with latest MS TTS engines

    We released 12 TTS voices in 12 languages with UCMA SDK (also called as Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 SDK) . The Microsoft speech engines bundled with the API support twelve different languages, including English (North America, United Kingdom), French (France, Canada), German, American...
  • Blog Post: Hello world to TTS (2)

    In this post, I will show you how to use TTS with the managed Speech API (System.Speech.dll) in C#. This API is introduced since Windows Vista. It supports the tranditional SAPI engines and SSML The steps are as below. 1. create a console C# application. 2. add referrence to System.Speech...
  • Blog Post: Hello world to TTS (1)

    In this post, I will show you how easily you can make your first TTS application with C#. This example will use the COM interop to call SAPI functionality because SAPI has implemented a number of automation objects that can be directly used in C# or any other .Net languages. Suppose you have Windows...
  • Blog Post: TTS introduction

    TTS means "Text to speech" which is the technology to let computer speak to you. In short, you can input the text to computer, then a computer algorithm (so called TTS engine) will analyze the text, determine the pronunciation, synthesize the sound with some mathematical models. The output of a TTS...
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