American Accent Generator
Easily convert text to speech in American English, and 90 more languages. Try our American English text to speech free online. No registration required.
American text to speech voices make it possible to turn word documents to MP3, WAV and M4A files, convert PowerPoint presentations to MP4 videos, and create narration and American accent voiceovers in a fraction of time compared to recording and editing audio. Our American accent generators are realistic and natural, providing high-fidelity voice output based on neural network AI.
With a wide variety of voices and accents, including New York accent voice generator, several northern and southern American accent text to speech options, and African American text to speech voices, you have plenty of options to choose from. Combine our Brooklyn accent voice generator with west coast text to speech voices to create interesting scenes.
Narakeet has 71 American English text to speech male and female voices, and many more in other regional English variants. Play the videos below (with sound) for a quick demo.
American Text To Speech Female Voices
American English text to speech female voice generators online can help you produce audio and video materials quickly and conveniently, much faster and cheaper than hiring American voice talent. Make American accent audio with our New York accent generator and many other options.
American Text To Speech Male Voices
American text to speech male voices make it possible to turn word documents to MP3, WAV and M4A files, convert PowerPoint presentations to MP4 videos, and create narration and American accent voiceovers in a fraction of time compared to recording and editing audio.
American Text To Speech Child Voices
American Child Text to Speech voices make it easy to create video lectures, school materials and engage younger audiences.
Text to Speech American AccentNarakeet makes it easy to create videos and audio files with life-like audio from text. Get started with American English text to speech free. Select from one of our text-to-speech American English male and female voices below, and enter some text to create the audio.
In addition to these voices, Narakeet has 700 text-to-speech voices in 90 languages.
For more options (uploading Word documents, voice speed/volume controls, working with Powerpoint files or Markdown scripts), check out our Tools.
Additional English Text to Speech voices
For more regional English text-to-speech variants, check out the following pages:
- British English text to speech voices
- Canadian English text to speech voices
- Scottish Accent English text to speech voices
- Welsh Accent English text to speech voices
- Australian English text to speech voices
- New Zealand accent English text to speech voices
- Irish accent English text to speech voices
- Indian accent English text to speech voices
- South African accent English text to speech voices
- Nigerian accent English text to speech voices
- Filipino accent English text to speech voices
American English text to speech
Roughly two thirds of native English speakers live in the United States, so American English (AmE) is most popular regional dialect of the English language. It's also called United States English or U.S. English. With the cultural influence of American media, especially Hollywood movies and commercial music, American English is also the most widely recognised variant of English worldwide. This means that American English Text to Speech voices are usually the first and most common choice for voiceover materials that need to be easily understood and recognised by a global audience.
British and American English have some spelling differences, which are usually not important for text to speech voices, since both American and British voice generators can correctly read all regional spelling variants. The most obvious difference between the voices is in the way some letters are pronounced. For example, in American English the letter R is always pronounced, but in British English it is usually not pronounced after a vowel (for example in the words "card" or "born").
American Accent Audio
American English Text to Speech voice generators online can help you produce audio and video materials quickly and conveniently, much faster and cheaper than hiring American voice talent. Here are some common uses for text to speech American voices:
- American English Text with Audio
- American Accent Simulator for language lessons
- African American voice generator for video ads
- Text to Speech American accent audio books
- Fake american accent generator for social network posts
- American TTS YouTube videos
- Text to speech New York accent audio guides
- American accent voice overs
American English Text-to-Speech Frequently Asked Questions
Want to know more about our American English online text to speech voices? Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions:
What is the best free text-to-speech reader?
Narakeet uses latest AI tech to produce realistic text to speech with natural sounding voices. Get started for free online, no registration needed.
How can I convert text to voice?
Just type some text into the Narakeet Text to Speech page, and select one of our realistic text to voice generators. You will convert text to voice in seconds online, and be able to download a MP3, WAV or M4A file.
Can I use text to speech on Youtube?
Yes, Narakeet text to speech voices allow commercial usage without restrictions, if you have a commercial account.
How do I convert text files to mp3?
Convert text files to mp3 easily by copying/pasting or uploading the file to Narakeet Text to Speech, then selecting one of the many voices and languages we offer. Select the MP3 from the format drop-down and then click the "Create Audio" button to turn your text file into a MP3.
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