Gaelic audio pronounce synthesiser

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Gaelic audio pronounce synthesiser

Postby Fil.F. » 17 Jul 2015, 05:09

Irish gaelic language synthesiser, web site by the Trinity College Dublin.
http://www.abair.tcd.ie/

For me the "Connemara HTS" is the option of pronouciation with more proximity of the old celtic gaelic.
It's necessary keep this link page, was so very hard to find this on the internet, and my choice is here.

But the pronounce nor always is correct...oh my gods, why?

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Re: Gaelic audio pronounce synthesiser

Postby Crinia » 18 Jul 2015, 09:11

Thanks, useful tool.
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Re: Gaelic audio pronounce synthesiser

Postby Acacia » 18 Jul 2015, 23:11

Many thanks for the link. It's very helpful. :)

Might not always be correct, as you said, but at least it gives me a good start. 'Tis better than looking at the word and trying to mumble something incoherent. :thinking:
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