Voice banking

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Voice banking is the recording of one's natural voice for the possible eventuality of losing one's voice. Software then uses these recordings in a speech generating device or using software on a computer so that the user may communicate using a facsimile of their voice. Patients diagnosed with ALS will often eventually lose their voices, so are urged to bank their voices for this purpose.

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