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Replace written text with your voice for sending email message

Speak-A-Message is an easy to use application that replaces written text with your voice for sending email messages; just record and sends your mail. This fully featured Version of Speak-A-Message is free for personal use.

The software has excellent audio compression rate, a 4-minute voice message requires only about 500kB and it supports both web based email service and email clients. The recorded audio messages can also be played back on common media players.

You can also add an image to your voice message (skin). This image will show up on the recipient's Speak-A-Message player when the recipient listens to your message. The image does not increase the size of your email.

Also you can add sound effects (jingles, background music, nature sounds etc.) to your voice message right at the beginning of your recording or whenever you are pausing. This is a great way to enrich your voice message and many nice sounds ('applause', 'happy tune', 'birds chirping' etc.) are available from their web pages. Of course you can also use your own sound effects.

Features of Speak-A-Message
  • Excellent audio compression: A 4-minute voice message requires only about 500kB
  • Recorded audio messages can also be played back on common media players
  • Add sound effects to your voice messages
  • Enter author and title for an audio message
  • Messages can be marked as private (playback should occur in private or with headphones)
  • Sends audio messages via your email client
  • Also works with browser-based email
  • Integrates into the menu of MS Outlook
  • User interface is fully skinnable; you can create your own skin from a picture in seconds
  • Attach skins to a voice message
  • Voice notes, voice comments and recordings of talks can be added to: MS PowerPoint presentations and MS Word documents
Technical Requirements
  • Supported operating systems: Windows Vista, Windows XP
  • Windows Media Player Version 9 or up
  • PC or laptop with sound card
  • Speaker or headset for playback
  • Microphone for recording
You can download peak-A-Message from the official website


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