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Microsoft Sam (Speech Articulation Module) is the famous Text-to-speech voice included with Windows XP and Windows 2000, who is also included in the TTS Program Speakonia and Balabolka. Sam is a speech synthesizer provided for use with applications that use the Microsoft Speech API (SAPI), known for appearing in hundreds of YouTube videos in which he sings, read errors and signs, do voice-overs, play games, directs a dozen of logos/intros, hates shorts, etc.
Multiple versions of Microsoft Sam exists, which are listed in the pages below:
- Microsoft Sam (SAPI 4) (Commonly known as the Windows 2000/Speakonia version)
- Microsoft Sam (SAPI 5) (Commonly known as the Windows XP/Narrator/Natural version)
Alternate Universe pages
- Microsoft Sam (TheROFL98)
- SAPI 5 Microsoft Sam (TheROFL98)
- Microsoft Sam (nkrs200)
- Natural Microsoft Sam (nkrs200)
- Microsoft Sam (Project Nick)
- Microsoft Sam (FairPlay137-TTS)
- Microsoft Sam (Thunderbirds101)
- Microsoft Sam (TheAudio177)
- Natural Microsoft Sam (TheAudio177)
- Microsoft Sam (davemadson)