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Hi All,

 

This is completely off-topic, but I wonder if anyone here on CA knows about the existence of (preferably free) voice-morphing software. I have been searching for it extensively, but so far have not been able to find any.

 

The reason for this is that I want to create dialogues for my own English classes. I tried voice generators, but they all fall short on intonation and clear pronunciation. Beside that, I want the speech-pattern to be consistent

 

What I need is 8 distinctively different voices, preferably two young boys, two young girls, two adult women and two adult men. More would even be better for "guest-appearances".

 

Edit: I forgot to mention it would be great if the software could take existing (pre-recorded) .WAV files as input.

 

Thanks in advance!

Peter

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Hi All,

 

This is completely off-topic, but I wonder if anyone here on CA knows about the existence of (preferably free) voice-morphing software. I have been searching for it extensively, but so far have not been able to find any.

 

The reason for this is that I want to create dialogues for my own English classes. I tried voice generators, but they all fall short on intonation and clear pronunciation. Beside that, I want the speech-pattern to be consistent

 

What I need is 8 distinctively different voices, preferably two young boys, two young girls, two adult women and two adult men. More would even be better for "guest-appearances".

 

Edit: I forgot to mention it would be great if the software could take existing (pre-recorded) .WAV files as input.

 

Thanks in advance!

Peter

 

The old "it's for my own English classes" ruse . . . SURE it is ;)

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The old "it's for my own English classes" ruse . . . SURE it is ;)

 

:) But I happen to make a living as teacher, trying to teach Brazilians English. It's a tough & dirty job, but someone has to do it :)

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Haven't used it, but maybe this would do what you wish.

 

eSpeak: Speech Synthesizer

 

It may not be clear enough.

 

You also might look at yakitome

 

https://www.yakitome.com/tts/text_to_speech/Welcome-to-YAKiToMe?b=551927

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The obvious, but not free, choice is Antares Auto Tune suite.

 

Cheers

 

This seems more like a tool to enhance vocal tracks for singing.

 

Peter

“We are the Audiodrones. Lower your skepticism and surrender your wallets. We will add your cash and savings to our own. Your mindset will adapt to service us. Resistance is futile.” - (Quote from Star Trek: The Audiophile Generation)

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Haven't used it, but maybe this would do what you wish.

 

eSpeak: Speech Synthesizer

 

It may not be clear enough.

 

You also might look at yakitome

 

https://www.yakitome.com/tts/text_to_speech/Welcome-to-YAKiToMe?b=551927

 

Hi Dennis,

 

I have tried both recently, but their are just not good enough; I wish they were though, because that would save quite a bit of work!

 

Thanks anyway,

Peter

“We are the Audiodrones. Lower your skepticism and surrender your wallets. We will add your cash and savings to our own. Your mindset will adapt to service us. Resistance is futile.” - (Quote from Star Trek: The Audiophile Generation)

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