Concrete Voice - Complete Text to Speech System

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Concrete Voice is a text-to-speech solution using Microsoft text-to-speech technologies. I started this project because I could not find a quality text-to-speech program to use. The commercial products are embarrassing to think they would ask money for something I would not ev...

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