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06/04/2017 CereProc’s partner Alert Cascade is a finalist in the 2017 Business Continuity Awards

Mass communication service provider Alert Cascade integrated CereProc’s voices at the end of 2016 and has gone from strength to strength since then.

23/02/2017 Why text to speech is an excellent tool for writers

Lisa Leoni discusses in her latest blog post how text to speech helps her work more efficiently and improve her writing. For her new novel set in Scotland, CereProc’s Stuart is the best voice for the job.

“I discovered, and subsequently fell in love with, Scottish Stuart on Cereporc.  I’m writing contemporary romance set in Scotland with a Scottish hero and I wanted a level of authenticity in my text-to-speech experiences. *cough* Or something like that. After purchasing the voice it was super easy to install it to my machine.”

3/2/2017 ARIA VALUSPA – Ground breaking Virtual Human technology

The way we interact with technology is changing - through mobile devices, Siri -like personal assistants, robotics, gaming, wearable technology and more - and synthetic speech is an integral part of that. Text to speech voices need to not only be good enough to deliver a seamless communication experience through conversational interfaces but also delight the user!

Happy holidays from CereProc

2016 has been a year to remember, mostly for upsetting reasons… But it hasn’t been all bad so let’s try to focus on the positive and here’s hoping 2017 comes up trumps!

Here’s a quick round up of CereProc’s achievements. Big thank you to all our customers and partners for making it a great year!

29/11/2016 Alert Cascade and CereProc partner to produce the first mass notification service to include UK text to speech (TTS) voices with regional accents

As one of the few remaining UK owned and operated mass notification companies Alert Cascade's latest platform release builds on the UK theme by including regional TTS voices designed and engineered by CereProc.

30/10/2016 CereProc proudly presents – new voices, languages and more in the latest version of CereVoice V4.0

CereProc are delighted to announce that V4.0 of CereVoice has now been released.

V4.0 is based on the following;

- Extensive customer collaboration and input.

- Market research on required features.

- Introduction of new technical research that CereProc has undertaken to optimise the system and further improve voice quality.

V4.0 is a major release and introduces a host of new features, system improvements, voices and languages.

30/10/2016 - Oakley Radar Pace – a voice that can motivate you!

Oakley’s new smart sunglasses transform into your very own personal trainer – who has a very nice (synthetic) voice! Check it out for yourself in the video below…

29/09/2016 Marvin the not so paranoid android speaks with CereVoice

‘Reverse primary thrust, Marvin.’ That’s what they say to me. ‘Open airlock number 3, Marvin.’ ‘Marvin, can you pick up that piece of paper?’ Here I am, brain the size of a planet, and they ask me to pick up a piece of paper.’

"The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy: Episode #1.5" (1981)

15/09/2016 CereProc in the news

Latest article roundup about CereProc and speech synthesis:

Financial Times – Synthesised Speech Deserves Recognition

The Slack - The future of voice synthesis after Google WaveNet debut

For media enquiries, please email sales@cereproc.com or phone us on 0044 (0) 131 516 8532

26/08/2016 Why Siri can’t get Barbra Streisand’s name right (and why we were on the radio)

I’ve given up correcting people when they mispronounce my name (it’s Helle – as demonstrated here by CereVoice Ada: sound icon)

Most of the time I get called Heather or Helen or even worse, Hell or Hildi, so I’m pretty happy when people get even close to the correct pronunciation.