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How to Modify Google Text-to-Speech Voices

How to Modify Google Text-to-Speech Voices



While Google centers around the Assistant, Android proprietors shouldn't disregard the Text-to-Speech (TTS) openness include. It'll change over content from your Android applications, however, you may need to alter it to get the discourse to sound the manner in which you need it. 


How to Modify Google Text-to-Speech Voices
How to Modify Google Text-to-Speech Voices


Changing Text-to-Speech voices is effectively done from the Android openness settings menu. You can change the speed and pitch of your picked voice, just as the voice motor you use. 

Google Text-to-Speech is the default voice motor and is pre-introduced on most Android gadgets. In the event that your Android gadget doesn't have it introduced, you can download the Google Text-to-Speech application from the Google Play Store.


Changing Speech Rate and Pitch

Android will utilize default settings for Google Text-to-Speech, yet you may need to change the speed and pitch of the Text-to-Speech voice to make it simpler for you to get it. 

Changing the TTS discourse rate and pitch expects you to get into the Google openness settings menu. The means for this may fluctuate marginally, contingent upon your form of Android and your gadget maker. 

  1. To open the Android availability menu, go to Android's "Settings" menu. You can get to this by swiping down on your presentation to get to your notification shade and tapping the apparatus symbol in the upper right, or by propelling the "Settings" application from inside your applications cabinet.
  2. In the “Settings” menu, tap the “Accessibility” option.
  3. Samsung device owners will have two extra steps here. Tap “Screen Reader” and then “Settings.” Other Android owners can go straight to the next step.
  4. Select “Text-to-Speech” or “Text-to-Speech Output,” depending on your Android device.
  5. From here, you’ll be able to change your Text-to-Speech settings.

How to Modify Google Text-to-Speech Voices
How to Modify Google Text-to-Speech Voices

Changing Speech Rate

Speech rate is the speed your Text-to-Speech voice will speak at. If your TTS engine is too fast (or too slow), the speech could sound deformed or hard to understand.

  1. If you’ve followed the steps above, you should see a slider under the heading “Speech Rate” in the “Text-to-Speech” menu. With your finger, slide this right or left to raise or lower the rate you’re seeking.
  2. Press the “Listen to an Example” button to test your new speech rate. Samsung owners will have a “Play” button, so tap that instead.

Changing Pitch

On the off chance that you feel the Text-to-Speech motor is excessively high (or low) pitched, you can change this by following a similar procedure as changing your discourse rate.
  1. As above, in your “Text-to-Speech” settings menu, adjust the “Pitch” slider to the pitch you like.
  2. Once you’re ready, press “Listen to an Example” or “Play” (depending on your device) to try the new rate.
  3. Continue this process until you’re happy with both your speech rate and pitch settings, or tap “Reset” to return to your default TTS settings.

How to Modify Google Text-to-Speech Voices
How to Modify Google Text-to-Speech Voices

Choosing Text-to-Speech Tone

Not exclusively would you be able to change the pitch and pace of your TTS discourse motor, yet you can likewise change the tone of the voice. Some language packs included with the default Google Text-to-Speech motor have various voices that sound either male or female. 

So also, the Samsung Text-to-Speech motor included with Samsung gadgets has a shifted choice of gendered voices for you to utilize. 

In case you're utilizing the Google Text-to-Speech motor, tap the apparatus menu button in the "Content to-Speech Output" settings menu, besides the "Google Text-to-Speech Engine" choice. 

  1. In case you're on a Samsung gadget, you'll just have one rigging symbol in the "Content to-Speech Settings" menu, so tap that.
  2. In the “Google TTS Options” menu, tap the “Install Voice Data” option.
  3. Tap your chosen regional language. For example, if you’re from the U.S., you might want to choose “English (United States).”
  4. You’ll see various voices listed and numbered, from “Voice I” onwards. Tap on each one to hear what it sounds like. You’ll need to make sure your device isn’t muted.
  5. With the “English (United Kingdom)” language pack, “Voice I” is female, while “Voice II” is male, and the voices continue to alternate in this pattern. Tap on the tone you’re happy with as your final choice.
  6. Your choice will be automatically saved, although if you’ve selected a different language to your device’s default, you will also need to change this.

How to Modify Google Text-to-Speech Voices
How to Modify Google Text-to-Speech Voices

Switching Languages

In the event that you have to switch dialects, you can without much of a stretch do this from the "Content to-Speech" settings menu. You should do this on the off chance that you've picked an alternate language in your TTS motor than your framework default language.
  1. You should see an option for “Language” in your “Text-to-Speech” settings menu. Tap this to open the menu.
  2. Choose your language from the list by tapping it.
  3. You can confirm the change in language by pressing the “Listen to an Example” or “Play” button to test it.

Changing Text-to-Speech Engine

In the event that you've introduced another Text-to-Speech motor and you need to transform it, go to the "Content to-Speech" settings menu.
  1. At the top, you should see a list of your available TTS engines. If you have a Samsung device, you might need to tap the “Preferred Engine” option to see your list.
  2. Tap on your preferred engine, whether it’s Google Text-to-Speech or a third-party alternative.
  3. With your new TTS engine selected, tap “Listen to an Example” or “Play” (depending on your device) to test it.
For most clients, the default Google or Samsung Text-to-Speech motors will offer the best sounding discourse age, yet outsider alternatives could work better for different dialects where the default motor isn't reasonable. 

When your motor and dialects are chosen, you're allowed to utilize it with any Android application that supports it.

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