Hello , could somebody do a beat tag sayng " THE BEAT BLUNT "?? Thank you .
is a solid website for text-to-speech, many diff. kinds of voices; and you can change the rate of speech
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I'd search for "game win" or "game success" cos it sounds like one of those sounds that plays when you get that golden ring thing. You know what I mean (I hope).
Can anyone help with identifying this sound for me?
Many thanks for your help!
It sounds like a synth arpeggio on top of a burst of brown noise. Try searching for ‘arpeggio’ and ‘noise’ and see if you can put them together.
Yes, Edge Studio has a huge amount of voice scripts for free..
Our school is doing a play Called Earthquakes in London.
There is a sound effect/montage needed where a mother is having an ultrasound scan of her fetus. Gradually over 30 seconds the fetus starts to speak, saying ....Mummy, Mummy ? Mummy ? Help....Help me. After this the sound of the womb gets louder and louder, its supposed to sound like an earthquake (Big Subs will be used in the theatre) then the fetus cries out MUMMY ? and screams the sound comes to an abrupt end !!
Can any body give me an idea of where to start on this ?
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Hi all. Looking for the following spoken words -
"Welcome to Starmap"
"New lifeforms on board"
"The journey begins"
"Sleep pod now activated"
Male or female.
English preferred. Any accent is fine so long as it's easy to make out the words.
Any tonality will work. The vocals will be resynthesized and converted to wavetables for patch banks I'm making for Dune 2 and Xfer Serum. So,be as creative as you like. You can even be monotonous if you want!
You will be credited in the "readme" txt that will come with the patch banks.
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Thank you for the leads everyone. Acapela Box worked well with its different dialects. I also found http://www.text2speech.org/ which only had a couple voices but it was passable and free.
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https://www.acapela-box.com/ is one I have used before. I think it’s based on the same technology as the AT&T; website to which you refer. It’s a paid (though inexpensive) service and you own the copyright to stuff you create.