Miguel Text to Speech

Miguel voice text to speech is a Mexican AI voice generator, helping you create Spanish and English voiceovers. Try it free online now.

To try the Miguel text to speech generator, edit the text in the “Script” box or enter your own text, then click “Create Audio” to convert text to speech using our Miguel AI voice.

Read aloud text in 100 languages with 700 AI voice gnerators using Narakeet. For other voices, languages and voice control options (such as pitch or volume controls), check out our full Text to Audio tool.

Miguel Voice Text to Speech

Check out a quick Miguel text to speech demo by playing the video below (with sound). You will hear our Miguel TTS voice reading two samples, one in Spanish and one in English.

For more variety, see also our other Mexican Spanish Voices. We have more than a dozen male and female voices, including a Mexican girl AI voice.

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Miguel AI Voice

Miguel AI voice sounds like a thirty year old man, speaking with a Mexican accent and a relatively serious tone. That makes Miguel text to speech ideal for factual information such as news anchor voiceovers, or educational content.

Miguel can also read out loud English text, with a very slight Mexican accent, making it a perfect choice for mixed language content such as language lessons, or for English language broadcasts aimed at the Latino audience.

Using text to speech Miguel for audio content creates an atmosphere of trust and reliability, resonating well with a wide demographic of listeners who prefer a balanced seriousness and warmth in voiceovers. Miguel’s slight Mexican accent can resonate well with bilingual audiences, making the experience more immersive for storytelling podcasts or narrated visual productions.

Adjusting TTS Miguel voice speed

Miguel text to speech voice speaks relatively fast, so it will is perfect for conveying a lot of information quickly in news broadcasts. Native Spanish speakers will understand it easily. However, if you want to use it for language lessons, or materials aimed at people who are not native Spanish speakers, you may want to slow the Miguel text to speech voice maker down a bit. You can do that easily using the voice-speed stage direction. The following example will force the Miguel voice AI to read at 90% speed.

(voice-speed: 0.9)

En una muestra palpable de unidad y resiliencia, la pintoresca localidad de San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, ha iniciado un ambicioso proyecto de reforestación. Vecinos de todas las edades se han dado cita en el paraje "Los Senderos" para sembrar más de mil árboles endémicos, buscando no sólo reforestar el entorno sino fomentar la conciencia ambiental. Las autoridades locales aplauden esta iniciativa ciudadana que promete embellecer aún más este reconocido Pueblo Mágico.

To try out this example, copy and paste it into the script box on the top of the page, and click the “create audio” button. When using the voice-speed stage direction with the Miguel voice generator, make sure to leave at least one blank line between the speed instruction and the text you want the AI Miguel voice to read aloud.

Fixing Miguel text to speech generator pronunciation

When using text to speech Miguel voice for reading aloud English content, the Miguel AI voice will sometimes make small mistakes in the style of a native Spanish speaker. This could make the content more approachable to a bilingual demographic audience, but you can also force the Miguel TTS generator read everything as a native US English speaker would. To do that, use the language marker around you text, or individual words. Just enclose some content in square brackets ([]) and put {en} immediately after to force the Miguel AI voice generator to read it as English.

In the example script below, the words “reforestation”, “Local” and “beautify” are labelled as English to force the correct pronunciation. Copy and paste this text into the script box above, then click “Create Audio” to hear it. You can then remove the language markers and create the audio using the Miguel AI voice again, to hear the difference.

The picturesque town of San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, has initiated an
ambitious [reforestation]{en} project. Neighbors of all ages have gathered at
the "Los Senderos" site to plant more than a thousand endemic trees, seeking
not only to renew the environment but to foster environmental awareness.
[Local]{en} authorities applaud this citizen initiative that promises to
[beautify]{en} this renowned Magical Town.

How do I get Miguel text to speech?

Miguel US English text to speech voice is available directly from Narakeet. Here is how to get Miguel text to speech:

  1. Open the Text to Audio tool,
  2. Select “Spanish - Mexican” from the Language box
  3. Select “Miguel” from the voice box.

This will activate the Miguel 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 Miguel.

When to use TTS Miguel voice?

With Miguel TTS voice attributes, here are ten potential use cases for a variety of settings and audiences:

  1. Educational Materials: Developing e-learning courses or audiobooks that target bilingual learners, the AI Miguel voice can make the learning process smoother and more intuitive with the slight Mexican accent, enhancing comprehension.
  2. News Podcasts: Creating daily news podcasts aimed at the Latino demographic, Miguel TTS reader can read out the news in English with a comforting familiarity, bridging the gap between languages and cultures.
  3. Language Learning Apps: using the Miguel text to speech voice for a language-learning app, you can create content quickly and assist users in learning English or Spanish by providing pronunciations and examples in a clear and neutral tone.
  4. Corporate Training Videos: Narrating corporate training videos aimed at fostering inclusivity and diversity in multinational companies using the Miguel voice text to speech can hints at the rich Mexican culture.
  5. Tourist Guides: Crafting audio tourist guides for popular Mexican tourist destinations where the guide speaks English but with a Mexican flavor, the TTS Miguel voice can enrich the tourist experience.
  6. Documentary Narration: Serving as the narrator for documentaries that explore Latino culture, history, or issues, text to speech Migiel can bring an authentic touch to the narration.
  7. Voice Assistance: Miguel AI voice generator can be used as a voice behind AI assistants in customer service settings, offering a warm, authentic, and reliable vocal assistant experience to Spanish and English-speaking customers.
  8. Telecommunication Services: Facilitating telecommunication services by providing voice responses in systems that require a bilingual approach, Miguel text to speech voice maker can enhance the user experience with a voice that carries a touch of Mexican culture.
  9. Audiobook Narration: Narrating audiobooks which feature Latino characters or settings, Miguel voice AI can add a sense of authenticity and connection to the content of the story.
  10. Public Service Announcements (PSAs): Crafting public service announcements aimed at Latino communities in English, the AI Miguel voice generator can foster a sense of trust and community engagement.

What other voices can I use apart from Miguel TTS?

For a list of other languages and voices, see our Full Voice List. For a quick guide on how to use Narakeet to create voiceovers, see our guide on using AI voice generators.

Narakeet helps you create text to speech voiceovers, 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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