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Cantonese Chinese Text-to-Speech Demo Available Now!

NeoSpeech's first Cantonese Chinese text to speech voices

Back in August, we announced the exciting release of our first two Cantonese Chinese text-to-speech voices, Kaho and Kayan. Starting today, you can take control of these voices with our text-to-speech demo on the home page of our website.

Our demo allows you to type in any text you wish to be spoken by any of our 30+ voices in 8 different languages.

Simply select “Cantonese” from the list of languages and then select either Kaho or Kayan as the voice. We don’t like to brag often, but we think you’re going to be blown away by the quality of these voices.

Example of our Text to Speech demo

If you’re considering using our Cantonese Chinese voices or any of our other text-to-speech voices, we recommend using our demo to test certain phrases that you’re text-to-speech voice will need to say. This will ensure you find the perfect voice for your solution.

About Kaho and Kayan

Kaho and Kayan are able to process any length of text and synthesize it into incredibly realistic and natural sounding speech. Both come with a comprehensive customizable dictionary that enables users to customize Kaho’s and Kayan’s speech, and the ability to add industry-specific jargon or slang.

Kaho has smooth, calm, yet professional sounding voice. His friendly tone makes him perfect for eLearning, audio publishing, health care, customer service, and IVR call center solutions.

Kayan has a voice that’s perfect for business applications. Her clear and confident tone can be used in broadcasting, finance, transportation, and announcement systems.

As with all other NeoSpeech voices, Kaho and Kayan were made using the Unit Selection Synthesis (USS) technique. While this technique takes more time to develop, it is widely known to produce the highest quality and most natural sounding Text-to-Speech voices.

The Cantonese Chinese TTS engine is available for the Windows 32-bit platform, and will be available for Windows 64-bit, Linux, iOS, Android, and other operating systems in the coming weeks.

What do you think?

Have you tried our new Cantonese Chinese voices yet? What did you think? Let us know in the comments!

Learn More about NeoSpeech’s Text-to-Speech

To learn more about the different areas in which Text-to-Speech technology can be used, visit our Text-to-Speech Areas of Application page. And to learn more about the products we offer, visit our Text-to-Speech Products page.

If you’re interested in adding Text-to-Speech software to your application or would like to learn more about TTS, please fill out our Sales Inquiry form and one of our friendly team members will be happy to help.

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