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17/02/2014 CereProc featured in The Telegraph: 'How do you teach a computer to speak like Scarlett Johansson?'

CereProc's chief engineers spent some time talking to The Telegraph about the technology behind Scarlett Johansson's husky human-machine speech interface in Spike Jonze's critically acclaimed film Her.

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13/02/2014 CereProc's Social Music App MyMyRadio on Evolver.fm

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The CereProc team have been working on an exciting secret project: 'MyMyRadio'. MyMyRadio is a social music app for iOS, which takes updates from your Facebook, Twitter, and RSS feeds, synthesizes them using CereProc's text to speech technology, and slots these spoken updates into a playlist of your own music periodically. It's just like having your own personal DJ.

29/01/2014 - Welcome to the new website

Welcome to the updated CereProc site! We've had a bit of a freshen up, and made some improvements too. Mobile and tablet support is much improved, and the live demo is now more accessible and also works on mobile devices. Products have been categorised as For Business, For Developers, and For Individuals, to help speed up finding the right voice software.

20/01/2014 - Scottish Technology: Silicon Glen's role in the independence debate

2014 is the year of the referendum on Scottish independence, and everyone is talking about the Scottish economy – in particular, how it might fare if Scots vote to make the break. The majority of discussions come back to energy; Scotland has no doubt got more than its fair share of natural resources and renewables. But what of its man-made resources? Scotland's software and electronic publishing sector makes an enormous contribution to the economy, employing over 19,000 people and contributing just under £1bn, earning the affectionate nickname “Silicon Glen”.

20/12/2013 - A Very Cer-ry Christmas

There have been more exciting goings-on for CereProc in the last leg of 2013 than you could shake a sleigh bell at:

17/12/2013 - An android walks into a bar: CereProc and The Gadget Show present the world's first robot stand-up

“That's a nice shirt you're wearing, did your motherboard dress you?”

13/12/2013 - CereProc Christmas Competition 2013

Christmas is just around the corner, and we can't wait! To spread the festive cheer, we're offering you the chance to win your choice of text-to-speech voice from our store.

To be in with a chance of winning any one of our Windows or Mac voices, simply make sure you're following @cereproc on Twitter, and re-tweet our Christmas Competition tweet before 5pm on Wednesday the 18th of December.

Best of luck, and Merry Christmas!

The CereProc Team

CereProc Christmas Competition 2013 Terms and Conditions

29/11/2013 - CereProc Introduces New English and American Voices: Giles, Lauren, Nathan and Hannah

November has seen the introduction of a whopping four new voices into the CereProc store. With the release of a male and female voice each for English and American English, CereProc has expanded its in-store range to 24 voices in 8 languages - with the promise of even more to come in 2014. The new additions have already proved popular with customers, and we're grateful for all the lovely feedback we've had so far.

Giles, Lauren, Nathan and Hannah are now available from the CereProc webstore for both Windows and Mac OS X.

24/09/2013 - Cereproc Awarded META Seal of Recognition for its Text-to-Speech Voices

We are delighted to announce that at the third annual META-FORUM 2013 in Berlin, Germany last week, CereProc was awarded the META Seal of Recognition for its text-to-speech voices. This prestigious award recognises software products and services that actively contribute to the European Multilingual Information Society, with previous winners include Phonexia, PerVoice, and Voxsigma.

07/08/2013 - FaceFX and CereVoice Cloud power 3D animated characters

Leading 3D animation specialists FaceFX have updated their text-to-speech animation demo with CereProc voices.

The demo combines several FaceFX 3D characters, CereVoice Cloud text-to-speech, and the Unity 3D web player, to create a fully dynamic animated demo - just enter some text and your chosen character will speak to you!