- Artificial Intelligence
- Advanced Speech Recognition
- Audiotoolbox Plugin
- Bing Speech Recognition
- Bing Text To Speech
- Frequency Detector
- Google Speech Recognition
- IBM Watson Services
- Midi Control
- Output Audio From EZ-B
- Sound Servo (EZB)
- Sound Servo (PC Mic)
- Sound Servo (PC Speaker)
- Soundboard (EZB)
- Soundboard (PC)
- Speech Recognition
- Speech Settings
- Speech Synthesis
- Talk Servo
- Total Speech Recognition
- Infrared Distance
- Third Party Robots
- Touch Tablet
- Ultrasonic Distance
- Virtual Reality
This soundboard will play audio files through the EZ-B v4 speaker. You may load WAV or MP3 files into the library to have multiple audio files. Use the ControlCommand() in EZ-Script to trigger specific audio files from events programatically.
Similar Behavior Controls
Advanced Speech Recognition
Use the Microsoft Bing Speech Recognition cloud service
Bing Speech Recognition
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