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sung without instrumental accompaniment

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And Acapela Group, which is based in Belgium, in 2015 created two text-to-speech voices in North Sami, part of a family of languages spoken in northern Norway, Finland, and Sweden by about 20,000 people.
Recorded at Acapela studio in Pentyrch, Cardiff which is owned by international and former Royal Harpist Catrin Finch and her husband Hywel Wigley, the music for the album was provided by an array of illustrious musicians including Catrin herself, who features on several of the tracks including one she composed herself entitled Feeling Alive.
Acapela Group invents speech solutions to vocalize written content with original voices that express meaning and intent.
We believe that Acapela will quickly become a product of choice for canola growers," he added.
I ddilyn, Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog sy'n ein diddanu yn y rhaglen Yn Fyw o Acapela - cyfres o gyngherddau hefo rhai o brif artistiaid gwerin ac acwstig Cymru a'r byd.
Acapela Group, the voice expert, is happy and proud to launch Lulu at the same time as this very special and important occasion for Chinese people.
Recorded January and February 2009 at Acapela Studios, Cardiff, Wales.
Acapela Group, a leading Voice expert, and UniMRCP, an open source MRCP project, are announcing the release of Acapela MRCP add-on 2.
the number of voice software languages offered by Acapela
Summary: Acapela Confirms its Leading Position in the MEA Market With the Launch of a New Super Natural & Fully Bilingual Arabic/English Voice, Available for all Platforms
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-8 September 2009-Text-to-speech company Acapela Group acquires d-fabric of Sweden(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Messages are spoken using Acapela synthesized voices.
MT1 uses Acapela high-quality text-to-speech technology, which transforms e-mails or Word attachments into natural speech, reading aloud with the flexibility and richness of natural-sounding speech.
The report profiles 211 companies including many key and niche players such as Acapela Group, Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc.
Some of the more long-standing vendors include Acapela Group, ReadSpeaker, Freedom Scientific, AssistiveWare, Nuance Communications, and Dolphin, but new start-ups are forever on the horizon.