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Realistic text to speech with natural voice overs using 400+ voices in 70+ languages, powered by AI text to speech voice generators. Make audio clips and dialogue in seconds. Narakeet can turn Word documents into text to speech MP3 with natural voices, make text to voice M4A audio or WAV using a realistic voice generator.

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Realistic Text to Speech

1Type your script into a Word document
2Upload the Word document or copy and paste it into our text to voice tool.
3Select the voice from 400+ voices in 70+ languages and let Narakeet do its magic

In a few minutes, you’ll be able to download a MP3, WAV or M4A audio.

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Text to Voice

Narakeet uses AI voice generators to produce text to speech with realistic voices. Our text to speech synthesis is based on neural network AI.

Can I use text to speech on YouTube?

All Narakeet voices can be used as text to speech for Youtube, even for commercial projects. We make sure that all voices available on the platform are free from copyright and royalty issues. Natural voice text to speech is a great way to create audio for your YouTube videos easily.

Can I use text to voice in Word?

The “Dictate” feature of Microsoft Word can read out text, but it’s not easy to control the voice. Instead, upload the Word document to Narakeet and you can then choose among 400+ high quality voices, and easily control the speed and volume to get the best results.

How do I turn my text into voice?

Narakeet is an easy option to convert text to speech. Paste the text into our text-to-audio tool and just click the “Create Audio” button. Get started with our text to speech free online - no registration needed.

How do text to speech programs work?

Text to speech synthesis is based on neural networks and machine learning, where an automated voice synthesizer matches patterns in your text to samples of audio read out by professional voice artists. The quality of text to voice generators depends on three things: the volume of training data used to produce a model, the quality of the neural network software processing the model, and the computing power available to generate the voice. Narakeet voices are realistic and natural, trained on large sets of sample texts so you can get the best results, running on massively scalable cloud infrastructure to provide much better computing resources than local devices. That is why our voices sound much better than those generated by text-to-speech software running offline.

How do I download audio from text-to-speech?

The Narakeet text-to-audio tool allows you to create realistic TTS and download it as WAV, M4A or MP3. You can select the file format by clicking on the plus button next to the voice selector to open additional options. Text to speech download MP3 is great if you want to optimize the file size. Select the WAV format for the best quality, and it will produce the best AI text to speech results. Use the M4A format for a good balance between size and quality.

How do I convert text-to-speech and save as MP3?

To make text to speech MP3 with natural voices, use the Narakeet text-to-audio tool, and click on the plus button next to the voice selector. A set of additional options will show, including the file format. Select the MP3 format from the drop-down and enter the script for the audio, then click the “Create Audio” button. Narakeet text to voice generator will create your text to audio mp3, and you will be able to download it in a few seconds.

How do I convert text to audio on my computer?

With Narakeet you can use the best AI voice generators in 70+ languages directly from your browser, or any Internet connected device. Start using our realistic voice generator free, to create lifelike text to speech. Just open the text-to-audio tool, enter the text you want to convert to speech, and click the “Create Audio” button.

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