3/5/2010

Movie critic Roger Ebert, who was left unable to speak after cancer treatments, has been using Apple text-to-speech applications to communicate, but he wanted to move beyond their still somewhat robotic sounds. So Ebert worked with the Scottish company CereProc to get his old voice back. The team painstakingly spliced recordings of Ebert's old DVD commentaries to create an electronic voice.

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