Ok, it is no secret, we like to talk. If there is one thing that we can go on and on about, it is speech recognition. We're passionate about the latest trends in software and hardware, testing microphones, creating and sharing macros, supporting people with speech recognition performance or setup problems, etc. Our blog area provides a forum for us to provide you with regular updates on speech recongition industry trends, software updates, new hardware, and other information that will keep you up-to-speed. Also, check out our wikis area where we have more comprehensive documentation related to microphone testing, Dragon NatruallySpeaking setup, etc.
- Not giving up on Dragon NaturallySpeaking
Knowbrainer kept me from giving up on Dragon NaturallySpeaking - From Novelist GE Gardiner
- Dragon Dictate Medical for Mac
MacSpeech Medical was never very popular with end users but has now been replaced with the very well received Dragon Dictate Medical for Mac.
- SpeechWare TravelMike - Physicians Review
At KnowBrainer.com we absolutely love feedback and opinions from our customers about the products we provide. The following is a Physicians Review of the SpeechWare TravelMike. The review was posted on our very own KnowBrainer Speech Recognition Forums.
- SpeechMatic MultiAdapter USB Soundcard Release / Review
Have you noticed how the blue bar bounces up and down as you are running the Dragon Audio Check? Our voices never maintain a steady volume level so Dragon has to make an educated guess. Potentially, this means that our accuracy is never quite as good as it could be.
From a speech recognition point of view, USB soundcards have remained virtually unchanged since their inception in the late 1990s. Some of the latest models include pretty blinking LED lights, low noise floors and high fidelity output but none of these innovations are relevant to speech recognition. That’s why, until now, we have been hesitant to publish a USB soundcard review. Fortunately, that’s all changed.
- November 26, 2012
- Can You Use Bluetooth Microphones with NaturallySpeaking?
We get this question so often that we figured it would make a good blog posting.
- June 13, 2012
- Introducing the M-Tech M6650
Because of NaturallySpeaking's high system requirements, until now, only expensive gaming computers were ideally suited for serious speech recognition use. When M-Tech approached us with a notebook computer designed to run NaturallySpeaking in the $1000 price range, they piqued our interest. And… when they asked us to test their new M6650 quad core Ivy Bridge i7 3610QM 2.3 GHz notebook computer with 16 Gb of RAM, solid-state hard drive, and pricing starting under $1000, we jumped at the chance.