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27/04/2010 - German Voices that are pleasant and interesting to listen to

Heidelberg/Rhine-Neckar, Edinburgh/Scotland 10th April 2010

CereVoices® Gudrun and Alex are Germany’s new, advanced synthetic voices for use on computers and other devices where the user requires high quality speech output. Developed with CereProc Ltd (UK), once more, the computer linguists of Speech Concept have proven their language skills: these CereVoices® are created from native, human voices and they sound exactly as the human would reading out the same text. CereVoices® can even show human emotions such as happiness, anger, sadness, or calmness.


22/04/2010 - CereProc release cServer via their Webstore

Today, CereProc release cServer, their client/server architecture for speech application deployments, via the CereProc Webstore.

The cServer and client are supported on Linux and Windows and each voice is available with 22kHz or 8kHz sample rates.

The accompanying license permits the user to use 2 simultaneous channels of text to speech for twelve months from the date of purchase

cServer is priced at £394.99 for the 2 simultaneous channels of text to speech for 12 months and is available in the webstore for purchase and immediate download.


15/03/2010 - CereProc and Aristech release their first German voices

Edinburgh, Scotland & Heidelberg, Germany, 15/03/10

Today, CereProc and Aristech release their first German language voices, a male voice called Alex and a female voice called Gudrun. The voices can be heard in the live demobar at the top of this page. Both voices are available for download from the CereProc store for Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OSX.


03/03/2010 - CereProc on Oprah and CBS

CereProc's project to build a voice for leading film critic Roger Ebert has attracted huge media interest around the world this week.

Roger can be seen demonstrating his new voice on the Oprah Winfrey Show here

Matthew Aylett, CereProc's Chief Technical Officer was interviewed by CBS's The Early Show yesterday (2nd March 2010).

The first part of the interview can be seen here


26/02/2010 - CereProc on NPR

CereProc's Chief Technical Officer, Matthew Aylett, was interviewed by Robert Siegel for NPR show All Things Considered yesterday, to discuss CereProc's voice building technology, and how this is being used to create a voice for US film critic Roger Ebert.

The interview can be heard here


25/02/2010 - CereProc on Oprah

CereProc's work with leading film critic Roger Ebert is to be discussed and showcased on US TV show Oprah next week, on Tuesday March 2nd 2010.

Roger Ebert will be appearing with Oprah Winfrey to demonstrate his new text-to-speech voice created by CereProc.


16/02/2010 - CereProc in Esquire Magazine

The March edition of US magazine Esquire features CereProc in its profile of Roger Ebert, the leading American film critic.

As mentioned in the article, Roger lost the power of speech almost four years ago. Taking archive recordings of Roger's speech, CereProc is building a voice for Roger using their voice cloning technology.

The article can be found here.


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