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Show #210 | 12/23/2011


Carl Franklin on Speech Recognition and Synthesis in .NET

Carl shows you how to make speech recognition more accurate using System.Speech.Recognition in .NET. He also shows off the best Speech Synthesizer he's found on the market.



Carl Franklin After years of software development, Carl Franklin started .NET Rocks! in 2002 inspired by Public Radio infotainment shows like Car Talk. Before that he taught his own hands-on .NET classes for Franklins.Net. He is a Microsoft Regional Director and Most Valuable Professional. You may recall the first website for Visual Basic programmers: Carl & Gary's VB Home Page. If you had a SoundBlaster back in the day, you may have already heard Carl's music. He authored a few of the MIDI files that came with it.


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