E-triloquist is a free, Windows-based text-to-speech program formerly known as "SpeakEasy" designed for the speech impaired. It serves as an electronic voice for those who can't speak on their own.
- For those who can no longer type, E-triloquist can be teamed-up with on-screen keyboards, scanners, word-predictors, single-switch input, or other assistive input devices and augmentative communication products.
- Text phrases can be keyed and converted to speech using the computer's sound card and a standard text to speech program.
- Audio Recording offers users the ability to record commonly used expressions in their voice ass soon as speech begins to be affected by the disease.
- The pre-recorded expressions in the user's voice can later be intermixed with phrases that are keyed and "spoken" in the computer's synthetic voice.
- One pre-recorded expression might be an explanation of why the user's voice sounds different from one statement to the next.
- Audio phrases need not be the user's voice. They can be the voice of a family member or a friend.
- Full support for Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7-10 operating systems.
- Does not support Windows 8 RT and Windows 10 RT phones and tablets.
- Tablets that run the full version of Windows 8 or Windows 10 should work with E-triloquist, but there is no list of tested devices.
This product is a freeware software available for free download off of the internet from Etriloquist.com.