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July 3, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Walt Disney Co is going into software and the first product from its Walt Disney Computer Software Inc is a program designed to teach basic reading and counting skills to children aged two to five, United Press International reports: the thing includes a speech and music generator from Electronic Speech Systems Inc, Hayward, California and reproduces the voices of Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters and the background music and sound effects that usually accompany cartoons; the digital voices guide the tots through three programs that teach reading, counting and identification of shapes and colours; Sound Source is $35 for MS-DOS micros, the programs are $50 each.

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