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30/07/2015 CereProc's First Geordie TTS Voice

National Star College student, Lewis Fisher has had cerebral palsy from a very young age and is also unable to speak. Lewis has used assitive technology throughout his life: with an eye tracker aid he is able to use text to speech to communicate with others. However, Lewis was never particularly a big fan of the standard TTS voice provided on his device as it did not reflect his Newcastle roots.

28/07/2015 CereProc on News Medical

News Medical is an online, open access medical information provider for healthcare professionals, medical researchers and those who are interested in the medical world. The online news journal's aim is to look at the latest developments in life sciences and medical care.

21/07/2015 CereProc on CBC Radio Show: Stripped

CBC Radio show Stripped hosted by Sarah Meehan Sirk."explores the body inside and out, with no restrictions. From the politics of beards to the value of the voice, Stripped takes you out of your head and into your body with a smart, surprising global take on what we do to our bodies and what that says about us".

17/07/2015 CereProc's TTS voices used to teach English.

CereProc's text to speech voices are often regarded as a practical teaching tool; CereProc's English TTS voices in particular have been acting as assistants for those who are teaching English as a foreign language.

26/05/2015 Robot Marvin

RobotMarvin logoThe word robot was coined by Czech playwrite Karel Caprek, it derived from the Czech word robota which means forced labour. Robots have evolved so much over the years, they are regarded as useful assets.

14/05/2015 Text To Speech in Skype

Recently Skype set out to improve their accessibility for their users by adding new features such as adding text to speech. Now users are able to use CereProc's TTS voices during their Skype call.

To use CereProc's TTS voice just follow these instructions:

01/05/2015 CereProc and Jisc TechDis

In 2012, CereProc and Jisc TechDis worked together to produce two TTS voices Jack and Jess, to encourage the use of text to speech tools among, students, staff and life long learners throughout the education system in England. The TTS voices are free to education users and can help enhance the learning process.

28/04/2015 CereProc Working with MND Scotland on Voice Cloning Service

CereProc have been working with MND Scotland to raise awareness of our voice cloning service: CereVoice Me.

16/04/2015 CereProc Heads To CHI 2015

For those who are not familiar with CHI, it is a premier international conference on Human Computer Interaction held every year, CHI 2015 will be held in Seoul, Korea on the 18th - 23rd April, 2015.

31/03/2015 CereVoice 3.2

The latest version of the award winning CereVoice text to speech systems has just been launched by CereProc.

The new version release 3.2 has been launched following CereProc's successful projects with Intel and other partners.

The latest version of CereVoice offers even higher quality, more natural sounding voices by using 48khz sampling rates and a range of quality improvements in other areas

CereVoice 3.2 offers: