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SayPad  v.1.1.0.44

ayPad is a freeware talking text editor that can read you a good book or help you write one, using the latest speech technology. It carefully installs the SAPI 5.1 Text To Speech engine from a compact 8.2 megabyte download.

Music Tools  v.1.0

BumpUp.exe is a program that quadruples the size of a wave file, making it sound four times slower than it was. The resulting music is two ocataves lower than before.

Metris  v.1.0.0013

Metris is a Musical Tetris game. It does not interfere with or depend upon any particular speech engines. It just assumes a screen reader is present.

Home Group Overhead  v.2.0

Sing along with God! Overhead Slide Program Displays Worship Music Lyrics in real time as they're being sung. Words are shown a line at a time so huge you can read them on the monitor screen from across the room.

FixMP3  v.1.0

FixMP3 converts a directory full of sound files into MP3 files that you can play in your DVD Player. Many home DVD Players require particular MP3 format for MP3 CDs.

ChurchBells  v.5.0.0

Carillon Church Bells Electronic Bells Software Bell Tower Electronic Chimes for $140. Beautiful Harmonious Bells. User friendly scheduler. The best sounding bells you can get on the net. Download the demo and you will agree. Full Year Scheduling.

Church Bells Carillon Gift Basket  v.2. 3. 2011

Church Bells chimes desktop system sounds suite and InspiredCode ChurchBells Carillon bell tower program. The belltower desktop sounds dont expire, and the ChurchBells program works for free every December, all month, so Merry Christmas!

Christmas Carol Karaoke

Christmas Bells Karaoke Caroling, beautiful backgrounds! Powered by InspiredCode's Home Group Overhead (HGO) program, this package delivers family fun every Christmas season. HGO is shareware, the Caroling runs for free (even on expired demo) every

4BlindMice  v.1.4.0.3

4BlindMice is a Real Time Screen Reading talking and singing mouse designed to work with your existing screen reader program. Most screen readers treat Windows like a big list. I think your mind's eye doesn't get the respect it deserves.

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