Free Online Text to Speech Converter

Convert your text to natural sounding voices. Free Mp3 Download.

Convert Text to Speech (mp3)

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Free version limited of 200 characters. For personal use only.

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Pro Packs

Try our packs with premium voices for personal and commercial uses.

Free

$0 / mo
  • For Personal Use
  • 5,000 characters
  • 24 Premium Voices
  • 6 Languages
  • 5000 char/conversion
  • Free mp3 Download

Personal Pack

$7.9 / mo
  • For Personal Use
  • 100,000 characters
  • 32 Premium Voices
  • 8 Languages
  • 5000 char/conversion
  • Free mp3 Download

Commercial Pack

$49 / mo
  • For Commercial Use
  • 1.000.000 characters
  • 32 Premium Voices
  • 8 Languages
  • 5000 char/conversion
  • Free mp3 Download

Why Notevibes best text to speech software

32 Natural voices

We use only high quality natural voices for our text to speech website

Realistic voice generator

Generate realistic male and female voices on the fly.

Commercial purposes

Notevibes allows you to redistribute the generated audio files.

IVR voice generator

Empower your IVR system with realistic voices forget about robotic text to speech.

Youtube video voiceover

Use audio files in YouTube videos, public announcements or broadcasts.

Read text aloud

Use it for e-Learning or essay reading, word pronounces training.

Text to Speech Voices

We use only premium voices for our text to speech software. Now available 32 high-quality voices and 8 Languages and the number is still growing.



Text to Speech US Voices

David - English(US) - Male
Rick - English(US) - Male
John - English(US) - Male
Lucy - English(US) - Female
Kate - English(US) - Female
Rina - English(US) - Female

Speech Synthesis Markup Language (SSML)

For more customization in your audio use special tags which providing details on pauses, audio formatting for acronyms, dates, times, abbreviation. More Details SSML

<speak>

<speak> Always use speak in the beginning and at the end of your text. </speak>

<Break>

<speak> This element controls pausing.<break time="2s"/> Sets the length of the break by seconds or milliseconds. </speak>

<Sub>

<speak> alias attribute value replaces the contained text for pronunciation. <sub alias="World Wide Web Consortium">W3C </sub> </speak>