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Aquí os dejo una recopilación sobre algunas excelentes alternativas para pasar de texto a voz. 1- Vozme permite el cambio de texto a voz en múltiples idiomas, entre ellos el español y el catalán. Vozme generará un archivo MP3 con tu texto traducido a voz y lo podrás descargar a tu ordenador gratuitamente. 2- RoboVoice nos permite escuchar las páginas web. Su utilización es muy fácil, abrimos la pagina que queremos escuchar y listo, RoboVoice comenzara a reproducir el texto que haya en dicha pagina. 3- Text to Voice es un addon para Firefox que nos permite seleccionar cualquier texto de un sitio web y escucharlo.
About UbuWeb Sound Originally focusing on Sound Poetry proper, UbuWeb's Sound section has grown to encompass all types of sound art, historical and contemporary. Beginning with pioneers such as Guillaume Apollinaire reading his "Calligrammes" in 1913, and proceeding to current practitioners such as Vito Acconci or Kristin Oppenheim , UbuWeb Sound surveys the entire 20th century and beyond. Categories include Dadaism, Futurism, early 20th century literary experiments, musique concrete, electronic music, Fluxus, Beat sound works, minimalist and process works, performance art, plunderphonics and sampling, and digital glitch works, to name just a few. As the practices of sound art continue to evolve, categories become increasingly irrelevant, a fact UbuWeb embraces.
Jason Kern recently asked me to share information about how I create and publish podcasts here on “Moving at the Speed of Creativity,” and rather than send that info to just him I thought I’d create a post to share these links and procedures. Since I’ve developed these procedures over time it’s entirely possible there are much better ways to do this, so if you have suggestions and input on alternative podcasting possibilities I’d love to hear it. I published my first podcast on August 3, 2005 , and since that time have utilized a variety of different podcasting tools and websites. Rather than share an exhaustive list of all those links (some of which are included in my Intro to Educational Podcasting wiki page and Intermediate/Advanced Topics in Podcasting page ) I am going to attempt to share briefly the software, websites, and other resources I utilize now to podcast, as well as an outline of the steps I follow in podcasting today.
The browser-based flash application Acrobat Connect is available for DFNVC users since September 2006. Acrobat Connect is a web conferencing tool with the following functions: Audio and video multipoint conferences Shared whiteboard Archive for Powerpoint presentations Application and desktop sharing Chat Polling Conference Recordings Adobe Connect 8 runs inside Web Browser with Flash Plugin enabled at Windows, MacOS and Linux Headset Webcam, if you want to send video. If you want to use the service, please send us a signed email with your first name , last name , email address and contact information to email@example.com . You will then be registered to our Adobe Connect server and you will receive an automatically generated email containing your access data.
As you complete our simple registration, the important thing to do is complete your profile with your cell phone number (or the primary phone you will be recording from). Yodio uses your phone number to recognize you and get your recording to the right account. The next step is to create something. Begin thinking about an interesting topic, recent trip, or business idea to record. Or, grab a photo and tell its story! Make Your First Yodio
OG Lineup Reunited! A mystery that could rewrite cultural, space and political history is revealed. What is the future of television? How about a technology that draws on your flipping eye balls!
Yoko Ono’s Plastic Ono Band Goes CC! Photo via yopob.com, All Rights Reserved Yoko Ono wants you to remix her track “The Sun Is Down!”
Classical music is loved by many and misunderstood by many more. On the Internet however, it doesn’t matter if you’re well versed in classical music history or could instantly recognise a Handel piece when you heard it or not. There’s plenty of experts out there programming the best works for their audiences.
Entre los recursos que más atención me llaman son aquellos que tratan el tema de reconocimiento de voz y síntesis de la misma a partir del texto. De hecho hace algunos meses os indicamos algunos programas especializados en este tema. Sobre este segundo tema, pasar de texto a voz de forma rápida con resultados lo más naturales posibles, hay mucho material que puede ser analizado en la web, existiendo un artículo bastante completo en efrontlearning.net con algunas de las opciones disponibles. Entre ellas me ha llamado la atención la demostración online de The Center for Speech Technology Research , donde podemos indicar una frase de hasta 70 caracteres y obtener la voz en varios idiomas, con diferentes acentos. Además de estar incluido el español, podemos usarlo para distinguir el inglés de Escocia, de Inglaterra o de Estados Unidos, por ejemplo, haciendo pronunciar las frases que deseemos (las posibilidades en el mundo académico son ilimitadas).
Where to Find Sound Effects Royalty-free sound effect libraries contain thousands of sound effects that can be licensed for specific uses. A customer who uses royalty-free sound effects, as opposed to hiring a sound engineer to create them from scratch, can save considerable time, effort, and money. Typically, podcasters and other content producers can obtain non-exclusive rights to a single effect, or they can purchase a subscription of sorts.
Here: Home > Awesome Talking Library Awesome Talking Library Classroom Reviewed Awesome Talking Library has been classroom reviewed and received a score of "4.6" out of "5." Improve Reading Skills By adding a Natural Voice to Web pages, children and teens can learn to pronounce words as they read them. Awesome Talkster, the Awesome Talking Library, includes an animated character, providing synchronized highlighting so that children can follow along even more easily. This multi-sensory approach is a powerful method for improving reading skills.
Audio recordings and podcasts serve a variety purposes in the classroom. They can support instruction by allowing teachers to deliver precise verbal instructions and capture lessons for archival purposes or future listening. They give students the opportunity to listen to instruction independently, without distraction (when wearing headphones), and at their own pace using play and pause features for as many times as is needed. Conversely, students can use audio to demonstrate their understanding of learned concepts, create instructional materials and tutorials for peers, broadcast classroom and school news, conduct interviews, and practice fluency reading strategies. Determining which audio and podcasting tools to use in the classroom depends upon your instructional purpose and on your audio recording needs. First let’s look at using audio to support instructional delivery.