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VoiceShell is a voice recognition utility. It allows
you to start commands just by saying the command into a
VoiceShell is a replacement for VCLI by Richard Horne.
It also uses the voice.library by Richard Horne.
VoiceShell, however, doesn't have a graphic display of
the spoken word and thus is faster than VCLI.
With VoiceShell you have full control over the supported
samplers, including the GVP DSS 8. You can now choose between
left/right input channels, microphone or line level, input
VoiceShell also has an ARexx port to allow almost full
control over VoiceShell from external programs. You can
even send ARexx commands through VoiceShell itself, allowing
you to control VoiceShell with voice commands!
This version has some bug fixes over the last release
(version 1.11). It also allows longer filenames, can wedge
keystrokes as if they were actually typed, can run special
commands on errors, and has a few other small imporvements.
VoiceShell is now a comodity.
The program requires Kickstart 2.04 or higher. A sampler,
i.e. audio digitizer hardware, is of course needed. VoiceShell
supports Perfect Sound, Sound Master, GVP DSS 8 and generic
(i.e. almost any other digitizer) samplers. The voice.library
is also required and included in the archive so you won't have
to worry about this.
The documents are in AmigaGuide format, so in order to read
them you'll need an AmigaGuide reader.
There is an install script included, so you may use this to
install VoiceShell if you have the Commodore Installer program
on your system.
Available on Aminet FTP sites. Try 'wuarchive.wustl.edu'.
VoiceShell is shareware. The suggested shareware fee is
$5 - $10.
VoiceShell is shareware, (c) Copyright Tomi Blinnikka 1994.
The archive is freely distributable.
Support available direct from the author via EMail.
This version is most likely the last, since the author
currently doesn't have an Amiga he can program on.