Klatt synthesizer A speech synthesizer written by Dennis Klatt at MIT. It is used in a variety of hardware products, for example DecTalk(c) from Digital and TextAssist(c) from Creative Labs. The code runs on digital signal processing (DSP) hardware. A version of the code has been placed in the public domain. See also speech synthesis.
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