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Hebrew Audio Pronunciations

  • Format:Digital

$49.99

Overview

Learn to pronounce Hebrew and Aramaic from a leading expert with over 9,500 audio clips of the Hebrew Bible’s lexical forms (‘lemmas’). 5,500 additional sound clips cover alternative spellings from a variety of lexicons and databases. You’ll be able to hear the pronunciation of any word when you need it—whether you’re refreshing your vocabulary, writing a sermon, or doing research.

Hebrew Audio Pronunciations is integrated into top morphological databases, covering every word found in the Lexham Hebrew Bible (and thus functions with all the Logos tools which use the LHB for their lexical data, including the Lexham Hebrew-English Interlinear, the various reverse interlinears and the Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible). The recordings also cover nearly every word in the third-party Hebrew Bibles: BHW4.18, BHS SESB, and BHS WIVU.

In addition, these resources include a thorough documentation page teaching the pronunciation system used in these recordings, with over 250 sound clips breaking down the consonants, vowels, accents and other symbols used in lexicons and lemma lists.

The recordings were made by Dr. Randall Buth, developer of the Living Biblical Languages program and founder of the Biblical Language Center, which teach Biblical Hebrew and Koine Greek as living languages. Dr. Buth began studying biblical languages and historical geography in Israel in 1974 and earned a PhD in Semitic languages from UCLA under Stanislav Segert, and has served as a Wycliffe translator and consultant in sub-Saharan Africa for over 20 years. Fluent in Hebrew and Arabic, Dr. Buth’s recordings are precise and mellifluous.

This pronunciation tool works differently than normal Logos books. Please read this introduction for instructions on using Hebrew Audio Pronunciations in Logos.

  • Audio recording of every lexical form in the Hebrew Bible
  • Includes the Aramaic words
  • Integrates with a wide variety of lexically tagged resources, including reverse interlinears
  • Includes recordings and documentation to learn the alphabet and vowels themselves
  • Easily incorporate Hebrew into your sermons, lessons, and notes
  • Ideal for pastors and students

Reviews

119 ratings

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  1. Luke Barrs

    Luke Barrs

    1/7/2020

    55555
  2. stephen Robb

    stephen Robb

    11/4/2019

    Very good. I'm so grateful for Logos.
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  3. Kevin Bratcher
  4. Veleria Brown

    Veleria Brown

    5/29/2019

    I can write anything good because I can not find my download and when call the person who should have help me send me a link that did not help He was try to sell me something and did not help with this my problem of how to find this program and I am at a lost, as to how this work.
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  5. francisco

    francisco

    5/25/2019

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  6. Huascar R Ortiz Baez
  7. Patrick Yancey
  8. Pastor Richard & Elizabeth Gonzalez
  9. Jeff Smith

    Jeff Smith

    3/3/2019

    55555
    Most valuable tool in my studies!!
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  10. Manuel Ramos

    Manuel Ramos

    2/20/2019

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  11. Joel Gonzalez
    alwsome
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  12. Pastor: Cesar Paz
    it's ok
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  13. ANGIE R MALDONADO RIVERA
  14. Carlos joel salas Peña
    saludos, ayer compré la versión 8 Salomón, y todavía no se actualiza, aún aparece la versión 7:19. cuanto se demora en actualizarse.
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  15. OMAR DAVID MENDEZ VASQUEZ
    Buenisimo
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  16. Pastor Arturo Laguna
    excellent biblical tool
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  17. Javier Ogalla

    Javier Ogalla

    10/11/2018

    Buenos días, no me ha descargado, pronunciaciones de Hebreo en audio. No sé que he podido hacer mal.
    Reply

  18. Misael Chuquimango Mendoza
    Excelente ayuda
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  19. Bolivar Chancay
  20. vshien

    vshien

    9/3/2018

    Do you have Hebrew Audio Old Testament?
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  21. José O. Ponce Erazo
    Orlando
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  22. Pablo

    Pablo

    8/4/2018

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  23. Rafael Iglesias
  24. Mohamed Balah

    Mohamed Balah

    7/10/2018

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  25. Rogelio Gómez Fernández
  26. Pastor: Andres Espinoza
  27. Romulo Johnson
    Buen recurso
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  28. Kay Lester

    Kay Lester

    5/2/2018

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  29. James G Rush

    James G Rush

    4/24/2018

    Rate it, I have not figured out how to download and install it yet. Some of the purchased items downloaded but not this one
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  30. Mauricio Martinez Calavay
    Es verry god el the book
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  31. Dr. Marco V. Chavarría Quirós
  32. Michael Catt

    Michael Catt

    2/8/2018

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  33. adan manuel arias resendiz
  34. Victor H. Maximino
    Excelente! gran recurso para aprender las pronunciaciones de los textos originales. Gracias Logos!
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  35. Santiago

    Santiago

    1/10/2018

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  36. Fabián

    Fabián

    12/29/2017

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  37. Carlos Paredes

    Carlos Paredes

    12/24/2017

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    Excelente
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  38. NANCY LIZBETH GUTIERREZ MEJIA
  39. Maria E. Marin

    Maria E. Marin

    12/11/2017

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    I would have like it better, if it had a whole word compound pronunciation. It only pronounces the root word. In many instances only pronounces the consonants instead of the root word, people that don't know any Hebrew will believe that that is how the word is pronounced which is deceiving.
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  40. Humberto Ortega
  41. Isai Reyes Ayala
    bueno
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  42. Seminario Teológico John Knox (Olmer Vidales)
  43. TEOLOGIA

    TEOLOGIA

    10/29/2017

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    excelente producto
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  44. Samuel Esteban Parada Curihuinca
  45. Charles

    Charles

    9/28/2017

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  46. Israel Ramos

    Israel Ramos

    9/24/2017

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  47. Elvindowski

    Elvindowski

    9/20/2017

    Muy buena herramienta para el estudio de las escrituras
    Reply

  48. LARRY S. CROSSLEY
  49. David Jarrin

    David Jarrin

    8/1/2017

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  50. Apostle Wanda Brown Reed
  51. Mario Mendia

    Mario Mendia

    2/24/2017

    Mi Sueño Es ESTE, APRENDER HEBREO
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  52. DavePL HI Haoli KI
  53. Forrest Cole

    Forrest Cole

    12/22/2016

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  54. David Thomas

    David Thomas

    12/9/2016

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  55. Chris Duncan

    Chris Duncan

    10/22/2016

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  56. Pastor Larry Diggs
  57. Arlene Paul

    Arlene Paul

    8/12/2016

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  58. Roxanne

    Roxanne

    8/7/2016

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  59. John R. Birkeland
  60. Kiyah

    Kiyah

    5/11/2016

    This should be included in the base packages as part of Logos core functionality. We should not have to pay extra for wanting to study the whole bible versus just the new testament.
    Reply

  61. Pat Callahan

    Pat Callahan

    4/18/2016

    55555
    Love this!
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  62. Jorge Agosto

    Jorge Agosto

    3/24/2016

    Tremendo heramienta
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  63. Matthew

    Matthew

    3/21/2016

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  64. David Paul

    David Paul

    3/5/2016

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    This novelty item isn't what it is presented as being. This is NOT Biblical Hebrew by any stretch of the imagination. This is MODERN Hebrew. You won't hear a waaw pronounced anywhere in this resource...it's all about the vav. There are other doubtful pronunciations as well. Disappointing, but pretty much what I expected.
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  65. Vince Conroy

    Vince Conroy

    2/17/2016

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  66. Pastor Mark Stevenson
  67. Michael

    Michael

    2/3/2016

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    1/12/2016

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  71. Elijah

    Elijah

    12/16/2015

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    thank
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  72. Theos Institute

    Theos Institute

    12/15/2015

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  73. Vince L. Monden

    Vince L. Monden

    12/15/2015

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    I rely on this . when I want to properly pronounce the Hebrew words for bible study or sermon preparation.
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  74. IDP Ministro

    IDP Ministro

    12/15/2015

    Necesaria para una correcta dicción y mejor conocimiento del Hebreo Biblico.
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  75. PrescottPreacher
  76. Clive Henry

    Clive Henry

    10/28/2015

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  77. Durward Riales
    n/a
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  78. Larry Liddiard
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    Daniel Warner

    6/25/2015

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  83. Juan De Leon

    Juan De Leon

    6/10/2015

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  84. Kirke Holmes

    Kirke Holmes

    6/2/2015

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  85. David Taylor Jr
  86. Ron Ward - University Bible Fellowship
    Very helpful
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  87. John Goodman

    John Goodman

    5/18/2015

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  88. Gregorio Billikopf
  89. Pastor FRANK D BLUNTJR
    "Excellent" tool
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  90. Faithlife User
    This is well worth the money. Being able to pronounce Hebrew words during a sermon shows the congregation that you respect the original senders and recipients of the biblical texts.
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  91. M. David Johnson
  92. Donald Sanders
    I haven't been able to use it yet.
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  93. Ronald McPhearson
  94. Angus K.F. Cheung
  95. S.J. Kwon

    S.J. Kwon

    3/7/2015

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  96. Adam Olean

    Adam Olean

    3/3/2015

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  97. MANUEL ANTONIO GONZALEZ
    Tan falta que hacias...Gracias a Dios y a Logos, estas con nosotros
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  98. Jerry D Willis
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  100. James

    James

    1/25/2015

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  101. Jeffrey Witnauer
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  103. Donnie Vick

    Donnie Vick

    12/26/2014

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  104. Alejandro A. Salazar
    Very useful.
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  105. Dennis Pulley

    Dennis Pulley

    12/7/2014

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  106. Rod

    Rod

    12/6/2014

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  107. Michael Fuller
    Which pronunciation tradition is followed. For example, are waws pronounced as vs or ws? Thanks.
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  108. Steven McKinley
    Will this ever be included in the base packages? The Greek pronunciation comes with every package above starter. I may upgrade my package down the road, and it might be cheaper if it's included.
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  109. Rev. Douglas W. Holston
    excellent
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  110. Ronald Rusk

    Ronald Rusk

    11/30/2014

    fine with me
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  111. Faithlife User

    Faithlife User

    11/30/2014

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  112. Denver Race

    Denver Race

    11/14/2014

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  113. Raymond Sevilla

    Raymond Sevilla

    11/11/2014

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  114. William L White
  115. Mancia Vidal

    Mancia Vidal

    11/3/2014

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  116. Andrew Caudle

    Andrew Caudle

    10/27/2014

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  117. Eric Li

    Eric Li

    10/25/2014

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  118. Preston Davis

    Preston Davis

    10/21/2014

    55555
    I got it! Finally! After almost 7 years! Happy Happy, Joy, Joy! Praise the Lord. Worth the wait!
    Reply

  119. Dustin

    Dustin

    10/20/2014

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    great resource for bible study!
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  120. Faithlife User
  121. Marcos R Ferreira
  122. Robert Beichner
    It would be wonderful if Pratico & Van Pelt's "Vocabulary Guide to Biblical Hebrew" was tagged so that it would work with the new Hebrew Audio Pronunciation product. It would be very nice to just click on a Hebrew word from the resource and hear what it sounds like. (Actually, that would also be nice for the Bibles like LHI. As it is you have to pop up info on the word and then hit "Pronunciation. Several steps involved.) If that isn't possible, it would be nice to at least be able to make a Word List of desired words to hear what they sound like and make flashcards. The Mac version of the Pratico resource has a bug so that you can't select just a few words to make a Word List. You get almost 200 words at a time. And then if you make a Word List Document of the clipboard you also get all the English definitions, etc. It should be able to generate audio for all the Hebrew (which it doesn't) and also make FlashCards for study on mobile devices. I put something about this on the http://logos.uservoice.com site on Sept 1, 2014. Logos tech support said they would work on the problem if enough people voted for it. So, if you want to make learning Hebrew a whole lot easier, go there and vote!
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  123. Freddie Jr. Kinsler
  124. Jim Wait

    Jim Wait

    8/23/2014

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  125. Jon Kennedy

    Jon Kennedy

    8/22/2014

    33333
    I have been looking forward to this one for some time now. I understand what a massive undertaking this must have been, and am very thankful to Dr. Buth and Logos for all the work they’ve done. Having said that, there are a couple of things that should be pointed out: First, unlike the Greek Audio New Testament, this does not read any of the Hebrew Bibles despite its having been advertised to do so on the Logos blog (see quote below). I hope this is a feature Logos will come out with soon! Second, the vocabulary pronunciation is Modern Israeli Hebrew, not Masoretic (or Biblical) Hebrew which doesn’t make sense to me since this is a Bible software program. Third, the information page contains an introduction to the Hebrew letters, vowel pointers and accent marks which could be very useful new students of Hebrew. However, the names and sounds of the Hebrew letters are read according to the Masoretic pronunciation while the “sounds like” examples are for a modern pronunciation. The exception is the letters with dogeshes which are pronounced in a modern dialect. This seems very convoluted to me. How could someone unfamiliar with Hebrew know that דָּ֫לֶת is being pronounced in Modern Hebrew while וָו is being pronounced in Biblical Hebrew? Fourth, the search feature does not work. Scrolling down the list of words, there are eight listings for אדם, each with its own set of diacritical markings and a unique recording of the pronunciation. But a search for אָדָם returns eight instances of אדם with no vowel pointings all of which are pronounced like אָדֹם. From the Logos blog: “For years, Logos users have been learning from our Greek Pronunciation Addin, which integrates seamlessly into Greek editions of the New Testament. Now Logos brings the SAME CONVENIENCE and depth of study to Hebrew. You can listen to audio pronunciations of Hebrew words, making it easier to incorporate Hebrew into a sermon, build your vocabulary, or learn more by LISTENING TO THE HEBREW AS YOU READ.” http://blog.logos.com/2014/07/big-news-hebrew-audio-is-shipping-soon/
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  126. Jon Kennedy

    Jon Kennedy

    8/22/2014

    33333
    I have been looking forward to this one for some time now. I understand what a massive undertaking this must have been, and am very thankful to Dr. Buth and Logos for all the work they’ve done. Having said that, there are a couple of things that should be pointed out: First, unlike the Greek Audio New Testament, this does not read any of the Hebrew Bibles despite its having been advertised to do so on the Logos blog (see quote below). I hope this is a feature Logos will come out with soon! Second, the vocabulary pronunciation is Modern Israeli Hebrew, not Masoretic (or Biblical) Hebrew which doesn’t make sense to me since this is a Bible software program. Third, the information page contains an introduction to the Hebrew letters, vowel pointers and accent marks which could be very useful new students of Hebrew. However, the names and sounds of the Hebrew letters are read according to the Masoretic pronunciation while the “sounds like” examples are for a modern pronunciation. The exception is the letters with dogeshes which are pronounced in a modern dialect. This seems very convoluted to me. How could someone unfamiliar with Hebrew know that דָּ֫לֶת is being pronounced in Modern Hebrew while וָו is being pronounced in Biblical Hebrew? Fourth, the search feature does not work. Scrolling down the list of words, there are eight listings for אדם, each with its own set of diacritical markings and a unique recording of the pronunciation. But a search for אָדָם returns eight instances of אדם with no vowel pointings all of which are pronounced like אָדֹם. From the Logos blog: “For years, Logos users have been learning from our Greek Pronunciation Addin, which integrates seamlessly into Greek editions of the New Testament. Now Logos brings the SAME CONVENIENCE and depth of study to Hebrew. You can listen to audio pronunciations of Hebrew words, making it easier to incorporate Hebrew into a sermon, build your vocabulary, or learn more by LISTENING TO THE HEBREW AS YOU READ.” http://blog.logos.com/2014/07/big-news-hebrew-audio-is-shipping-soon/
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  127. Claude Brown Jr
    I thought we already had this?
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  128. Eric Miller

    Eric Miller

    8/19/2014

    Have waited a few years for this to be finished, and look forward to many uses.
    Reply

  129. Rev. Gerald N Glover jr
    Finally!! Thank you!
    Reply

  130. Bill Shewmaker
  131. Seon Kim

    Seon Kim

    7/18/2014

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  132. Mr & Mrs Antoine
  133. Larry Proffitt
  134. C H J van der Merwe
    I waited so long for this tool, but it really offers the bare minimum. It is counter-intuitive and one has to "move' relatively very far away from the Hebrew text to get a response - and then only a lemma at a time. I think its usefulness is very limited, since it offers technology that does not resemble anything in the way in which we humans acquire a second language - despite the fact that Randall Buth's pronunciation is so good. I am convinced Logos can offer his users something better with the 'database' of sound files they have now at hand.
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  135. Juan Alberto Ayala
  136. J. Larry Sanders, Sr.
    I cannot get the purchase to download.
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  137. Anita Van Hal

    Anita Van Hal

    7/15/2014

    55555
    I am so excited that this product is finally done, and so worth the money! I've already tried it out, and it does everything it is supposed to do (see product description). It is NOT an audio Hebrew Bible, so will not read the Hebrew Bible word for word, but it does pronounce the words, which is huge for me. I got the pre-order so paid only $29.95. If you're looking for an audio Hebrew Bible, you might want to try this: http://www.hebrew4christians.com/Online_Store/Books/Parallel_Hebrew/parallel_hebrew.html It's inexpensive and does the job; of course, it's not compatible with Logos.
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  138. G. Jorge Medina
    There's no actual reading of the Hebrew text in any of my Hebrew Bibles. I was looking forward to hearing the text of Isaiah read to me so I could see how many words I recognized when the Bible was read in its original language at a normal speed.
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  139. Vincent Setterholm
    Attn: Jon Kennedy! I was typing a reply to your review and noticed that I'd spelled your first name wrong. I went to fix my reply and somehow the server deleted not only my reply, but your original review. I wasn't trying to censor you! Feel free to repost. The gist of my reply was that there are two different Greek audio tools, the first is just lemmas while the other is just audio of the text. While I tried to be clear about what this was on the product page, I can certainly understand the confusion from the blog post, since it didn't go into any detail. The filter on the Find box does have a bug with respect to the vowel points. This requires an update to the Logos application itself. Since this is the least common way of using this tool (right clicking individual words in the text being the most common, followed by clicking the icons in Bible Word Study, Exegetical Guide, the Information panel and Word Lists), we decided to get this out to customers without waiting for the application update. But this is on our radar. It might have been possible to make the documentation simpler by making no reference to alternate spellings/names or pronunciations, but I wanted this to be a useful guide not only for the audio clips themselves, but also to document how Hebrew is transliterated in Logos Bible Software (for example, in LHI or the Reverse Interlinears) as well as what spellings for the different letters, vowels and so on would be most common in the grammars we sell (like GKC and Joüon-Muraoka) to make it easier to find more information in your library. I think it is useful for everyone to be aware of the waw/vav difference, or what all 6 begadkephat letters are, even though Modern Israeli only distinguishes between 3 of them. These are just things people should know about Hebrew. But perhaps I was too ambitious?
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  140. Pat McRight

    Pat McRight

    7/15/2014

    55555
    Thank you, Logos! And thank you, Dr. Buth! I just downloaded this resource and have found the pronunciations to be very clear. What a helpful addition to this already incredible software!
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  141. Marco Antonio da Silva
    Hebraico pronuncia
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  142. Ruben C Casas

    Ruben C Casas

    7/14/2014

    Afters years of waiting for resource, it is finally here. Thanks Logos, the wait has been worthwhile.
    Reply

  143. Albert Cooper

    Albert Cooper

    7/14/2014

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  144. Bishop Salamat Khokhar
    I have download it and tested it. Well done Logos. Thank you.
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  145. David Walsh

    David Walsh

    7/14/2014

    Has anyone downloaded yet?
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  146. Andrew B

    Andrew B

    7/14/2014

    been waiting 7 years! OT precedent tho!
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  147. C.J. Scott

    C.J. Scott

    7/14/2014

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    Hallelujah.. pre-ordered this a few years ago (like so many others), TODAY is the day it finally arrives, video looks really good, looking forward to using it :)
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  148. DAL

    DAL

    7/13/2014

    55555
    Like others, all I can say is "Wow, wow, wow!!!" Amazing that they've put a couple of samples in the video description. I'm really looking forward to using this tool a lot. Thank you Logos!
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  149. Daniel Martinez
  150. Christopher Kou
    Wow! We have a 2 week ship date! It's finally here!
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  151. Miguel Angel Zambrano
    Wow... por fin se podrá descargar este recurso. Gracias Logos. Finally I download this resource. Thanks Logos.
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