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I digged in this topic because I wanted to check whether anyone invented some software package turning my RSS aggregator into a personalized radio. More precisely, while I am doing some other task feeding one of my kids, brushing my teeth, having my breakfast, … I would like to be able to check my favorite blogs for news without having to read stuff. My conclusion : two packages come near to the expected result. Regarding features, the most advanced one is NewsAloud from nextup. It acts as a simple and limited news aggregator combined with a text-to-speech engine that reads selected newsfeeds loud.

The second nice-looking package going in the expected direction is just a nice hack called BlogTalker and enabling any IBlogExtension-compatible. But it is just a proof-of-concept since it cannot be setup so that it reads a whole newsfeed nor any set of newsfeeds.

It seems to me that adding TTS abilities to existing news aggregators is the way to go compared to NewsAloud which is coming from TTS technologies and trying to build a news aggregator from there. As such, they are dependent on the quality of the underlying TTS engine.

The problem is that these voices do not sound good enough to me. But for listening to English newsfeeds on the long run, the MS, LH or other voices are not good enough. Unfortunately, you have to purchase them. I will wait for this new kind of natural voices to become commoditized. Meanwhile, I have to admit that TTS-enabled news aggregators are not ready for end-users.

You can assemble a nice proof-of-concept but the quality is still lacking with the above three issues : aggregators are not fully mature from a usability point-of-view , high-quality TTS engines are still rare, nobody has achieved to integrate them well one with the other yet. Not sure… During my tests, I encountered several other TTS utilities that are open source or free or included in Windows : Windows Narrator is a nice feature that reads any Windows message box for more accessibility.

It seems to be bundled in all the recent Windows releases. Too bad it cannot read the content or excerpts think regular expressions of these resources. SayzMe sits in your icon tray and reads any text that is pasted by Windows into the clipboard. Limited but easy. Clip2Speech offer the same simple set of features as SayzMe plus it allows you to convert text to.

WAV files. Voxx Open Source is somewhat ambitious. It offers both TTS features read any highlighted text when you hit Ctrl-3, read message boxes, read any text file, convert text to. WAV or. MP3, … and speech recognition. As such, it uses by default Microsoft Speech recognizer which is not available in French but in U. English, Chinese and Japanese if I remember properly.

I have still to try it in its U. English with a headset microphone since my laptop microphones catches too much noise for it to be usable. The speech recognition feature allows the user to dictate a text or to command Voxx or Windows via voice.

PhantomSpeech is middleware that plugs into TTS engines and allows application developers to add TTS capabilities to their applications. It is said to be distributed with addins for Office Indeed I could display a PhantomSpeech toolbar in Word It could read a text but only using the female Microsoft voice. And this toolbar had unexpected behaviors and errors within Office. Not reliable as a front-end application. Anyway, the use and configuration of speech engines is really a mess.

The result is that PhantomSpeech does not look as really intended for end-users but maybe just for developers.

It allows the user to dictate sentences with a virtual keyboard and to record predefined sentences that are read aloud with one click. The word being read is highlighted. The phrase being read is highlighted, you can easily switch from one voice and language to another. Too bad its Window always sucks the focus when it reads a new phrase. An example of an end-user application based on Festival is the CMU Communicator , see its sample conversation as a demo.

Euler is a simple open source reading machine based on MBROLA that implements a huge number of voices in many many languages plus these voices can include very natural intonations and vocal stresses. Further ranting about TTS engines : I feel like the ecosystem of speech engines is really not mature enough.

Sure several vendors provide speech engines. But they are not uniformly supported by the O. There was a Microsoft S. But as any Microsoft standard, these API are … not that standardized i. Even worst : they seem rather unstable since the installation of various speech engines give strange results : some software detects most of the installed TTS engines, other only detect SOME of the SAPI v. What a mess! The result is that you cannot easily control which voices you will be using on your computer which one will be supported or not?

Is it the API fault? These were my notes and ranting about text-to-speech technologies.



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