Classic Stephen Hawking Voice Synthesizer?

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Re: Classic Stephen Hawking Voice Synthesizer?

Post by Bitexion » Mon Mar 16, 2015 9:17 am

I think you're all missing the point, though. Hawkins' classic TTS synthesizer is very un-humanlike and strange sounding. That's why he's never wanted to upgrade to a different more modern TTS synth. He says it's become his voice, and he doesn't want to change it. Sort of like how you don't wanna change your own voice after using it for 30 years.

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Re: Classic Stephen Hawking Voice Synthesizer?

Post by LBN » Wed Jun 17, 2015 6:03 am

Plogue's chipspeech emulates several famous different voice synthesizers including the DECtalk used by Stephen Hawking. TTS and sings, everything you'd want in a plug-in.

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Re: Classic Stephen Hawking Voice Synthesizer?

Post by Analog Mustache » Thu Sep 03, 2015 2:04 am

BlackGnosis wrote:I just use Bitspeek.

Yeah.... I goof off all day talking like a speak & spell through it...
Love Bitspeek, it never gets old. ;)

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