voice bank : Java Glossary

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Voice synthesisers make everyone sound like Stephen Hawking. This is inappropriate for a 12-year old girl. You can donate your voice so that people who cannot speak except via synthesisers, can have a reasonably unique and appropriate voice. To donate, you no longer have to spend weeks recording every word in the dictionary. You record a few hours, and computers generate the other words.

The recipient gets to choose a pleasing voice from a bank of about 11,000. The actual bespoke voice is a computer melding of the recipient’s voice and the donor’s voice. To make this more difficult, there are over a dozen different APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) the voice has to be converted to. Unfortunately, the recipient has to pay $1250.00 USD

One of the unexpected benefits of donating your voice, is you can get your old voice back if you ever lose the ability to speak.

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