Hans Text To Speech

Hans is a German AI voice generator. Try Hans text to speech free online. No need to register.

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Hans AI voice

Hans is a German male voice, speaking like a 20 year old man from Berlin. Play the video below (with sound) to hear a demo of our TTS Hans voice reader:

For more gender and age options, see all our German language voices.

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Hans Voice AI

Hans speaks with a warm voice and a neutral accent, so this AI voice is ideal for instructional videos and announcements. His voice maintains a consistent level of enthusiasm, ensuring that the audience remains engaged throughout the presentation. As the voice has a neutral accent, this allows for a wide range of listeners to easily understand and connect with the content, including people whose first language is not German.

How do I get Hans text to speech?

German Hans text to speech voice is available online on Narakeet. Here is how to get Hans text to speech:

  1. Open the Text to Audio tool,
  2. Select “German - Standard” from the Language box
  3. Select “Hans” from the voice box.

This will activate the Hans TTS voice.

You can then enter some text into the “Script” box, and click “Create Audio” to make the audio file using the voice of Hans.

Using Hans TTS for bilingual content

Hans can also read common English words and phrases, so he can narrate bilingual content. Hans will read English text with a German accent, simulating how a person who grew up in Germany would pronounce English, so it can be very useful to provide a relatable consistent brand voice for German and English voice messages or call centre systems. Hans is also a good choice for English/German mixed content, and for language lessons.

If the German accent becomes too heavy, you can mark some words or phrases as English language to soften it. Here is an example:

(voice: hans)

Munich, the capital of Bavaria in Germany, is [renowned]{en} for its rich history,
stunning architecture, [vibrant]{en} culture, Oktoberfest, beer gardens, and
numerous museums and art galleries.

Without the []{en} mark, the Hans AI text to speech will read the words renowned and vibrant with a bit too much German influence. With the []{en} mark, the Hans voice generator reads those words as a native English speaker would.

When making multi-lingual content, you can try out the audio using previews without spending credits. Previews are free and allow you to experiment easily.

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