API - Translator Text: Gender selection in the Speak() method

You can pass “male” or “female” in the &options parameter. Use the vertical bar ‘’|’ to separate the options.

Example:

http://api.microsofttranslator.com:80/v2/http.svc/Speak?appId=xxxx&language=en-CA&format=audio%2Fmp3&options=MinSize%7Cfemale&text=Someone%20at%20the%20door.

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