Re: [DECtalk] Lyrebird TTS, a demo is finally here!

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No audio version then? Not that I have ever had much luck with the audio version as the steps taken to stop machines listening to it also stops humans understanding it unless they speak what sounds to be Klingon.
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From: "The Wolf" <>
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Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2017 9:03 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] [DECtalk] Lyrebird TTS, a demo is finally here!

there is no way to inter the numbers n to the capcha

any one got a fix fore this?
On 9/6/2017 9:53 AM, Josh Kennedy wrote:

hopefully we will someday be able to use our lyrebird created voices
with NVDA?

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Subject: [DECtalk] Lyrebird TTS, a demo is finally here!
Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2017 12:20:01 -0400
From: Jayson Smith <>
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Hi all,

A few months ago, I heard about Lyrebird, a future project which would
allow anyone to create a synthetic clone of their own voice. Last night
I found out that it's finally here, in an early beta form. If you go to and create an account, you can then record a minimum
of thirty sentences they specify, the more you record the better, and
then create your digital voice. Then you can have it speak any text you
choose. I've played with it, and while the quality isn't the best, it
does pretty accurately capture my voice, as well as most of the other
people I know of who have created voices. Check it out!


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