Geoff's suggestion may be the best out there right now.
Dragon has gone through a number of variations and it is much better at
translating. The only major problem is that it is designed to translate for
a particular individual and the idiosyncratic variations in that person's
However, as audio on SSB can sound similar if filtered and optimized at some
relative level, it might be worth a try. Interesting possibilities.
Pipe Creek, Texas
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On Mon, Dec 6, 2010 at 7:01 AM, geoffrey mendelson <
> On Dec 6, 2010, at 2:48 PM, John Chance-Read wrote:
> > Being deaf, I am trying to locate a 'Speech to Text' software package.
> > All my attempts, despite careful choice of route, always lands up
> > with a 'Text
> > to Speech'.
> > I use CW Skimmer to display the morse code ( I decode it visually)
> > and have
> > successfully made many CW contacts. Now I want to try SSB.
> > Does anyone know of such software. SPEECH to Text - not text to
> > speech!
> > Your help appreciated
> > John G4BOU
> Geoffrey S. Mendelson, N3OWJ/4X1GM
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