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    Created on Friday, 29 January 2016. Posted by Paul Nisbet

    On 19th January, Ceitidh, the world's first Scottish Gaelic Computer Voice, was officially launched by Dr. Alasdair Allan, Minister for Learning, Science and Scotland’s Languages at Sgoil Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu. Representatives from the funders (Scottish Government, SQA, Scottish Fundin...

    Created on Tuesday, 05 January 2016. Posted by Robert Stewart

    Unfortunately, an issue with the licence file for the Gaelic voice has been identified that causes the voice to expire on the 1st January 2016. The issue only affects downloads of the voice before January 5th and the voice will not work unless the licence file is upgraded. To upgrade the l...

    Created on Monday, 30 November 2015. Posted by Paul Nisbet

    NB: Gaelic version first and then English version below it. Fàilte gu Ceitidh – a’ chiad Guth Gàidhlig airson Coimpiutair! Audio sample of last phrase spoken: Tha a’ chiad Guth Coimpiutair airson Gàidhlig na h-Alba ri fhaighinn a-nise! Chaidh an guth a chrutha...

    Created on Tuesday, 08 September 2015. Posted by Paul Nisbet

    As is often the case with projects, there has been a bit of slippage in the development timetable of the Scottish Gàidhlig computer voice. Three quarters of the recording are complete, the first 'build' has been created by CereProc, and the recording should be finished by the end o...

    Created on Wednesday, 25 February 2015. Posted by Paul Nisbet

    We are pleased to report that we have received funding to work with CereProc to develop and license a Scottish Gaelic computer voice for the Scottish public sector. CereProc are a world-class text-to-speech company based in Edinburgh and the Gaelic voice development is funded by The S...