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April 03, 2020


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Naomi Madelin

As a voice artist, it's really great to hear that you were using the Text-to-Speech only while waiting for the genuine human voice recording to be ready! While the AI voices may have originated from a human mouth, I don't think we'll ever get the same spirit, warmth and, well, humanity, from an AI voice that you get from a person who has a sense of the script as a whole, and who is speaking complete phrases. But what a useful tool nonetheless!

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