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Creating A Limited Vocabulary Voice Recognition System using C++

Hello,

For a university project I am trying to write a program that will turn
vocal commands into MIDI events. For example if the user says A, a
note "A" will be played.

I am trying to write this program in C++ using the Microsoft Speech
SDK 5.1. I have written a library that drives the MIDI aspect, and am
able to write all the playback aspect. I have yet to find a way of
limiting the vocabulary to recognise specific commands. For example
letter names, flat/sharp/natural/ etc.

I would be grateful for help in limiting the window's vocabulary. Or
suggesting another way to create this program. I am happy to scrap
using the SDK as at the moment this is project is still in the
research stage.

Thank you.
Jun 27 '08 #1
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dj********@hotmail.com wrote:
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I would be grateful for help in limiting the window's vocabulary. Or
suggesting another way to create this program. I am happy to scrap
using the SDK as at the moment this is project is still in the
research stage.
'comp.lang.c++' is a wrong place to ask for help with this. C++
language does not define "window's vocabulary", and as such has no means
of "limiting" that. Your best bet would be the newsgroup for the OS
you're programming. Since you've mentioned Microsoft Speech, you most
likely should post to 'comp.os.ms-windows.programmer'. Another option
is to find a better forum in the 'microsoft.public.*' hierarchy.

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