Epos – A Free Text to Speech Synthesis System

Epos – A Free Text to Speech Synthesis System.

Epos is a language independent rule-driven Text-to-Speech (TTS) system primarily designed to serve as a research tool. Epos is (or tries to be) independent of the language processed, linguistic description method, and computing environment.

Informace o TTS systému Epos v českém jazyce.

About Epos

Stable version 2.4.85 and development version 2.5.37 is now available for research, educational and individual use for free. It has the following features

  • Czech and Slovak text to speech synthesis configuration
  • LPC and time domain speech synthesizers
  • Prosody modelling driven by rules, prosody models and artificial neural networks
  • All languange dependencies are defined in the configuration files, as opposed to the source code
  • Documentation in English included in the distribution
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2 thoughts on “Epos – A Free Text to Speech Synthesis System

  1. future garage 23.11.2012 at 00:39 Reply

    I found something similar elsewhere and really loved. Some more of this please! Thanks

  2. wilheard 2.3.2013 at 08:41 Reply

    I heard about some text voice apps that has the features way better than ant other tts voice apps. That offer the highest quality text to speech (TTS) service, with human like voices

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