Welcome to the AI voice generators reviews page.
AI voice-generating software is getting better by the minute.
If you hate the sound of your own voice (and most people dislike hearing their recorded voice!) then take advantage of today's technology and use the 'trained' voice of a professional voice actor in your videos, and ads.
What do I mean by that? These AI voices didn't appear by magic; they were trained by professional voice actors who recognize that AI is a "trend" that will be with us forever.
Today's AI voice generators have gone a step further by adding "emotions" to their voices.
From happy and sad, to shouting and whispering, they've come a long way.
The best way to utilize a variety of emotions is to write your copy sentence by sentence.
Next, have your chosen AI voice create your desired output - one line at a time - thus allowing you the option to change the emotion pertaining to a particular sentence (or two).
If you're in the market to produce ads and voice-overs are an integral part of the video or ad, then consider using AI voice generators instead of paying hundreds of dollars to professional voice actors. Look, I've nothing against the professional voice actors, but...
If you can "do it yourself" utilizing today's AI voices, why wouldn't you?
Spend your time wisely, carefully crafting the message. When it's time for the content to be spoken, let the magic of AI do the rest. There will be no need to mess around with retakes when a tickling cough rises up the throat.
It will be read right, the first time.
Am I saying you can do a whole video, or show with AI voices? Nope. But for those of us who simply need a spoken line (or two) then AI voice generators are ideal.
The HumanTalk review contains AI voices that are amazingly life-like. The voice quality is superb. But what blew me away with Paul Ponna's offer was the TextWriter app that came with it.
My review of HumanTalk completely covers both aspects of having a voice do the talking, and telling that voice what to say! HumanTalk does the talking and TextWriter does the writing. A winning combo.
What's so extra-special about the TextWriter bundled app? You can 'speak' your prompt.
TextWriter's ability to "hear" your spoken prompt takes away the angst of having to clumsily type out all of the prompt's words, which makes you forget what you're trying to ask... right?
And it is highly accurate. I have an accent and this app detected all my spoken words, spot-on. Then you take that prompt that is generated by TextWriter and have HumanTalk do the actual talking.
It's a game-changer.
Read the full review: HumanTalk (with TextWriter for free!)
was, well - a bit disappointing. Granted, they were in their early
stages but I just couldn't spare the time to keep on re-recording stuff because of a
bug - (I couldn't get the greenscreen effect to work properly).
This app is designed for Video/Podcasters and it does have a neat variant for editing video. How so? You edit the 'scripted' timeline, instead of the 'audio/video' timeline as in most video editing apps.
When you make a flub, you can edit out the errant word, and simply TYPE IN its replacement - and when trained properly, it will (appear to) say that replacement word as if nothing wrong happened.
In other words, say you said "chair" and you meant "desk", you'll physically type in the word "desk" to replace "chair." Again, when you've trained Descript from your voice, the Podcast listeners will hear "desk" ... and the viewers will see "desk" also. It also picks up the tone of voice from the words spoken before and after the errant word. Neat.
Read the full review: Descript (definitely great for podcasters)
Revoicer: It was good, but - and there's always a but! - I didn't like the somewhat expensive 'upgrade' for 'folders' which was an ongoing monthly fee.
They have over 80 human-sounding AI text-to-speech voices in 40+ languages - with emotions.
The thing is, though, that's all it does. No, I'm not expecting it to make my toast and coffee in the morning, but, comparing it to HumanTalk and the bundled TextWriter, it's ... er, so-so.
If all you want are a few spoken lines (and I've done it myself in certain videos), then by all means, give Revoicer a try.
Read the full review: Revoicer Text-to-Speech App