VivoText’s text-to-speech engine delivers speech synthesis that is virtually indistinguishable from recording of “real” human voices. The engine is modeled after a technology called Music Objects Recognition (MOR). Developed by VivoText founder, Gershon Silbert, MOR delivers computerized expressive music performances that are indistinguishable from human performances.
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The Israeli pianist, Gershon Silbert, gave his first performance as soloist with the Israel Youth Symphony Orchestra at the age of 11. Upon hearing the young musician's interpretation of L.v. Beethoven's music, the venerated pianist, Claudio Arrau declared: "He possesses the inner fire of a great master"