NeoSpeech Releases Italian, German, French, and Spanish TTS voices
NeoSpeech, a text-to-speech solutions provider, has added male and female voices in Italian, German, French, and Spanish to its stable of text-to-speech offerings. This brings the total number of voices in NeoSpeech's portfolio to 48 across 15 languages.
Each voice can instantly convert any length of text into speech. Each voice also comes with a customizable dictionary, enabling users to add industry-specific jargon and modify the way certain words or phrases are pronounced.
The following are the new voices that are now available:
- Italian: Roberto (male) and Elisa (female)
- German: Tim (male) and Lena (female);
- French: Louis (male) and Roxane (female); and
- Spanish: Manuel (male) and Lola (female).
These voices are available to personal users and developers building speech-enabled applications. Today, NeoSpeech's voices are prevalent in announcement systems, call centers, e-learning applications, accessibility devices, navigation apps, and several other products and applications.
The new Italian, German, French, and Spanish TTS voice packages are available for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit platforms and Linux operating systems and will be available for iOS, Android, and other operating systems in the coming weeks.
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