locked Re: Japanese TTS engine

Josh Kennedy

but if you are learning for the first time you may want more human sounding voices rather than a 20-year-old IBM-tts which is public domain because support for that old sapi4 product has long since ended. I guess you could use IBM-tts if you want to, after all, its free for the taking from IBM's public ftp site. Or you could buy vocalizer because it has Japanese voices also.

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