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Paris, Ile-de-France, France, 2016/02/02 - Meet Freja and Filip, authentic Swedish children’s voices created by Acapela Group - Acapela-Group.com.
Acapela Group, the voice solutions expert, today introduces Freja and Filip, two new natural-sounding children’s voices that will meet the needs of Swedish children looking for a voice that reflects their age.
Acapela Group is the only voice specialist worldwide to offer users such a rich repertoire of children’s voices which are truly lifelike.
Freja and Filip are joining the cheerful family of Acapela genuine children’s voices that already give the say to young users around the world Australian, UK & US English, bilingual US English/North American Spanish and German are already available.
All Acapela children’s voices (acapela-group.com) are recorded by and for children. The Swedish voices represent a new milestone for young Swedish users, especially for those who rely on AAC.
The Swedish children’s voices have been developed with the Swedish-based company Tobii Dynavox, leader in touch and eye tracking based AAC devices and AssistiveWare, leader in AAC apps for iOS.
Tobii Dynavox (tobiidynavox.com) has brought in its knowledge and expertise of the Scandinavian market and strongly contributed to the quality achievement of Freja and Filip voices.
AssistiveWare (assistiveware.com) has been our historical partner since the inception and creation of the genuine children’s since they were introduced as a world first.
“We are very proud of our children’s voices that enable kids around the world to finally express their thoughts, needs and desire with a voice they like and find comfortable. We are delighted to be able to provide Swedish kids with voices that may change their daily lives. With over 2,500 hours of research, recording, processing and development, this ground breaking project is a fulfilling result and a reflection of our longtime leadership in this field. We will continue to add new children’s voices to our portfolio and so help change the way kids with disabilities can benefit from voice technologies.’ said Lars-Erik Larsson, CEO of Acapela Group.