In the Esquire article about Roger Ebert a few weeks back, Ebert mentioned his interview interview with Lee Marvin as one of his favorites, and now they’ve republished it online.
When Roger Ebert goes on Oprah today, he’ll be doing so with the help of a computer generated voice created from his own voice.
Computer programmers have captured his voice from movie commentary tracks so he can type what he wants to say and listeners hear a voice that sounds like him.
Not bad, not bad…
Via Pop Candy