Windows sound and music--help!
Thomas J McGrath III
3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Mon Oct 27 03:05:01 EST 2003
I also work with handicapped people. I work on software for them to
speak with. I am currently working on an overlay creator for Speech
Pathologists and teachers to use for dynamic speech boards.
I work with Aug Comm for two other companies as well.
What do you do? for yourself?
On Monday, October 27, 2003, at 02:02 AM, Ken Norris wrote:
> Hi Chipp,
>> Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2003 23:05:17 -0600
>> From: "Chipp Walters" <chipp at chipp.com>
>> Subject: RE: Windows sound and music--help!
>> I purchased two AT&T voice fonts when they first came out. A developer
>> special for around $150 each. I don't think the sell them anymore.
>> I'm not
>> sure what AT&T wants to do with them...but, they are great. Most
>> agree they
>> have the best voices overall.
> Me too, but I couldn't tell any difference between how they sound on a
> Compaq under XP or a Mac. To me the demos sound the same on either
> I was saying I believe the quality has to do with the AT&T TTS engine,
> the platform.
>> Good point about how difficult it is to work within the system. I
>> there are also some other voice fonts available for the PC, but I quit
>> keeping up with it since RR quit working with them.
> I know. I sure hope they can patch revSpeak for XP somehow. It's all I
> to test on right now. Because of the loss of muscle control, my
> users are speech impaired. Their other possibilities of controlling the
> computer is where I come in with custom combinations of software
> and controllers. I can't be running back and forth to the convalescent
> center to test on their machines.
> Ken N.
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