artificial voice

artificial voice

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(engineering acoustics)
Small loudspeaker mounted in a shaped baffle which is proportioned to simulate the acoustical constants of the human head; used for calibrating and testing close-talking microphones.
Synthetic speech produced by a multiple tone generator; used to produce a voice reply in some real-time computer applications.
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But, on the way down, they had stopped at a toy-shop, and had bought that noble charger, a description of whose points and trappings had on the last occasion conciliated the then worldly- minded orphan, and also a Noah's ark, and also a yellow bird with an artificial voice in him, and also a military doll so well dressed that if he had only been of life-size his brother-officers in the Guards might never have found him out.
And, marvellous fact, to lie and stare at: Johnny had become one of a little family, all in little quiet beds (except two playing dominoes in little arm-chairs at a little table on the hearth): and on all the little beds were little platforms whereon were to be seen dolls' houses, woolly dogs with mechanical barks in them not very dissimilar from the artificial voice pervading the bowels of the yellow bird, tin armies, Moorish tumblers, wooden tea things, and the riches of the earth.
The Spin humbly suggests that even if Lovin'Dubai did manage to find a news report read by an artificial voice, perhaps fatal plane crashes aren't a subject for hilarity.
No Exception for Political Calls -- Political calls to wireless phones are subject to the general restrictions on prerecorded and artificial voice calls as well as autodialed calls.
8220;Danny is keeping his sense of humor, and hopes to eventually become the first blues singer with an artificial voice box.
Once it is positioned at the correct height Richard selects the letter or word that he wants by fixing his gaze on a keyboard for a short period of time, and an artificial voice then 'speaks' his messages.
These surgeries included having his tongue and palate reshaped and the addition of an artificial voice box.
The 60-year-old, who speaks with an artificial voice box, is now recovering from a further tumour in his neck, which was diagnosed in 2007.
Now, with the advent of voice over internet protocol telephone systems and the improved fidelity they can offer and studies related to artificial voice recognition, accommodating frequencies as high as 10 kHz has been found to improve intelligibility.
But the pretty blonde regained her life thanks to an artificial voice box which she used to SING along to TV's X Factor.
Last, but certainly not least, while you're worried about the effects of tort law upon lawsuits involving pool or spa manufacturers and their negligence, consider one thing: Would the loss of your son in some sort of accident--let's say by a doctor who's supposed to remove his adenoids, but mistakenly removes his trachea, leaving him unable to speak--be something you could accept if you came away from a courtroom with just the replacement cost of the operation, and perhaps the cost of an artificial voice replicator as restitution?
It's just that I'm unable to move," her artificial voice told us.