Education Context Transcription Services for Enhanced Accessibility and Knowledge Retention. Transform Written Text into Natural-sounding Voice with Our Text to Speech Service.

Text-to-speech using neural networks involves converting written text into an audio file using artificial intelligence. The neural network is trained to recognize and transform text into speech to create a voice recording that sounds like a human voice. This can be useful for creating audiobooks, voicing news articles, and assisting people with visual or reading impairments. Using a neural network to convert text into speech allows for the creation of natural and realistic voice recordings.

Why voiceover in our studio is the best solution.

Customize the voice for specific context

Modify speed, intonation, emphasis, pronunciation, stress, insert pauses, and play the text. Supports SSML markup language for speech synthesis.

Efficient use of resources

We have made it so that you do not spend more than necessary. There is no charge for re-synthesis.

Over 10 voices

Crystal clear speech like real people: male and female voices, as well as children and elderly voices.

Caring support

You won’t be left alone with your text. We will help with any questions about speech synthesis. Ask any questions, even the simplest ones. Write to:

Voiceovers are saved

We save all your files for 30 days. They are available upon request.

We work with legal entities

For organizations, we issue invoices and accept payment to our current account with an individual entrepreneur. Everything is official. We create documents, and your accounting department will be satisfied.


  • Free – 2,000 characters.
  • 1.50 USD – 30,000 characters.
  • 2.50 USD – 60,000 characters.
  • 5.00 USD – 120,000 characters.
  • 10.00 USD – 250,000 characters.
  • 30.00 USD – 800,000 characters.

Who is already using our neural networks

Content creators use them to produce videos on YouTube, TikTok, and other social networks.

Telegram channel admins use them to voice post texts and news.

Students use them to study lectures, for example, on the subway or during part-time work.

Elderly people and those with low vision use them to read text online without straining their eyes.

Language learners use them for examples of correct pronunciation.

Dyslexics use speech synthesis to comprehend written words without reading.

Marketers create audio content to promote products, services, apps, and services.

Developers use them to voice audio inserts in their apps and programs.

Language teachers create audio examples for teaching students and learners.

Book lovers use our text player as a voice reader for novels and stories.

Webmasters use the bot’s voice to voice text articles on their website to increase engagement.

Video editors create explainer videos, presentations, cartoons, and other videos.