Kazakh Text to Speech

Text to speech Kazakh voices are natural, realistic and life-like, and you can use them to quickly create language lessons, voiceovers and audio clips for audiences in Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan text reader voices are more convenient, faster and cheaper than hiring Kazakh voice talent. Make videos from Powerpoint presentations, or turn Word documents into MP3 files in minutes.

Kazakh is a Turkic language spoken by approximately 18 million people, mostly in Kazakhstan but also in north-western China and western Mongolia. It’s currently written using Cyrillic script, with a planned transition to Latin script over the next few years. Currently, Narakeet Kazakh voices can only read Cyrillic script correctly. We plan to add support for Latin script in the future.

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Text to speech Kazakh voices

Narakeet has 4 Kazakh text to speech male and female voices. Play the video below (with sound) for a quick demo.


Making content for Kazakhstan? In addition to our Kazakh speech synthesis, see also our Uzbek text to speech voices

Kazakh Voice Over

Narakeet makes it easy to create videos and audio files with life-like audio from text. Get started with Kazakh text to speech free. Select from one of our text-to-speech Kazakh male and female voices below, and enter some text to create the audio.

In addition to these voices, Narakeet has 500+ text-to-speech voices in 80+ languages.

For more options (uploading Word documents, voice speed/volume controls, working with Powerpoint files or Markdown scripts), check out our Tools.

Kazakh voice synthesis

Kazakh text to speech synthesizers make it easy to produce lots of different types of audio and video materials for Kazakh audiences, including:

  • Kazakhstan language audio
  • TTS Kazakh voice messages
  • Kazakh TTS Social media stories
  • Kazakh language YouTube Text to speech videos

Narakeet helps you create narrated videos quickly, using text-to-speech to turn Powerpoint presentations and Markdown scripts into engaging videos. It is under active development, so things change frequently. Keep up to date: RSS, Slack, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok

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