Klatt's `History of speech synthesis' 
Archive Part B.

Sound files and descriptions from Dennis H. Klatt (1987), 
"Review of text-to-speech conversion for English"
J. Acous. Soc. Amer. 82, 737-793.


Part B: Segmental synthesis by rule
15. Creation of a sentence from rules in the head of Pierre Delattre, using the Haskins Labs Pattern Playback, 1959.  button1
16. Output from the first computer-based phonemic synthesis-by-rule program, created by John Kelly and Louis Gerstman, 1961.  button1
17. Elegant rule program for British English by John Holmes, Ignatius Mattingly, and John Shearme, 1964.  button1
18. Formant synthesis using diphone concatenation, by Rex Dixon and David Maxey, 1968.  button1
19. Rules to control a low-dimensionality articulatory model, by Cecil Coker, 1968.  button1

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