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Speech Synthesis and Recognition

February 2007 - Posts

Vista - SAPI 5.3 - Speech Recognition
Quick Overview Speech Recognition for SAPI 5.3: You can use the System.Speech.Recognition namespace to write speech recognition for desktop applications. You can have two choices, you can use the SpeechRecognizer or the SpeechRecognitionEngine. So what Read More...
N-Best Type Functionality
I was looking for a way to support N-Best type of processing in MSS 2007 BETA for a Speech Workflow Applications. I believe the best way to do this is to use the underlying SAPI stuff that Speech Server is built on, so you could use this same concept Read More...
Update: Speaking and Stuff
I will be speaking in one of the breakout sessions at SpeechTek in New York, August 20-23 . I will be talking about developing SALT, VoiceXML and Speech Workflow applications in OCS. This conference will be really new to me as it isn't 100% Microsoft Read More...
Contribute a Tip, Win a Zune!
Win a Zune! I recently received a Zune as a gift but I already have one and don't really need two. Instead of reselling it, I decided to give it away here on GotSpeech. It is a brand new 30 GB Black Zune. If you don't know what a Zune is check out the Read More...
Vista - SAPI 5.3 - Speech Synthesis
Ok, while I don't want to add more confusion to the community about SAPI vs. MSS, but I'm going to be posting about Vista's Speech Synthesis and Recognition. MSS 2007 Beta will still be the majority of my post, at least until OCS comes out! First, let Read More...
NavigableList Activities Part II
I previously wrote about the NavigableList activity in Speech Workflow applications in Microsoft Speech Server 2007 Beta. I showed you how to data bindthe NavigableList to a simple collection, but I didn't go into how to use it to data bind to SQL using Read More...
NavigableList Activity
Earlier Marshall blogged about Speech Workflow Applications in Microsoft Speech Server 2007 Beta. Today, I am going to dive a little deeper into one of my favorite Speech Workflow activities, the NavigableList. The Microsoft Speech Team posted about my Read More...
Introduction
First off I'd like to thank Marshall for the invite to blog here. For those of you who don't know me, my name is Michael Dunn and I am currently a consultant with Magenic Technologies in Minneapolis. I love Microsoft Speech Server and look forward to Read More...