Realmac Software releases Voice Box 1.3.1
London, UK — 24 March 2003 — Realmac Software today announced the release
of version 1.3.1 Voice Box, its popular cocoa shareware speech application.
What is Voice Box?
Save your text files as aiff sound files Voice Box was written in cocoa for
Mac OS X users who wish to output the Mac’s cool text to speech system into
an audio file (aiff). Voice Box is simple to use, but is also a very
poweful and versatile utillity for your Mac.
Listen to the latest news direct from the web
You can download news directly into Voice Box using the latest xml/rss
technology. We have inluded links to loads of cool sites, so you can see
for yourself how great this feature really is. For example, as Voice Box is
Applescript compatible you could write a script to download the news
automatically everyday from your favourite website and have voice box read
it out or save it as a sound file ready to transfer to your iPod.
Listen as you type
Voice Box will read out each word as you type it in 1 of 22 voices. Voice
Box is the only application in the world (that we know about) that lets you
change the pitch and rate of the Mac’s in-built voices and then save it out
to an aiff sound file.
Voice Box has full applescript support, so anything you can do manualy in
Voice Box can now be scripted. This opens up endless posibilites and cool
ways to use it. Check out the sample scripts in the “Scripts” menu.
Once you start using Voice Box we think you’ll agree that this is an
absolute gem of a utillity!
System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2 or greater.
What is new in Voice Box 1.3.1?
– Added more RSS/XML feeds. (including http://www.MacSofa.com)
– Fixed text/bg colour bug.
– Fixed defualt window position bug.
Voice Box 1.3 is available now, and may be downloaded through our Web site
Voice Box 1.3 is only $10, you purchase our software online at:
Voice Box Reviews
“I thought I had seen just about every type of software app there is for OS
X, but Voice Box 1.3 showed me that there are still a lot of good ideas out
there, and great developers. The damned thing is simply amazing.” – John
About Realmac Software
Realmac Software Limited was founded in 2002 by Daniel Counsell and is
based in Brighton, England.
Realmac Software distributes its products under the shareware principles:
try before you buy and minimal or no marketing costs. As a result our
software costs a fraction of the price of most other commercial software.