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NeoSpeech releases Thai text-to-speech voices

NeoSpeech now offers Thai text-to-speech voices

Did you see the news? We recently announced the release of our first two Thai text-to-speech voices! Sarawut (male) and Somsi (female) speak incredibly beautiful and natural-sounding Thai and are available now.

If you’re getting a sense of déjà vu, that might be because this release came just two weeks after the release of our first two Brazilian Portuguese text-to-speech voices! These new releases mean that NeoSpeech now offers over 40 unique voices in 11 different languages.

Our male Thai text-to-speech voice, Sarawut, speaks clearly in a smooth sounding voice. Somsi, the female Thai text-to-speech voice, has a very pleasant and personable tone to it. Both voices are able to convert any length of text into speech instantly. You can use both voices for professional applications such as call center solutions, announcement systems, and training courses, or for consumer applications like intelligent virtual assistants, mobile apps, eLearning courses, and accessibility devices.

Listen to a sample of Sarawut and Somsi for yourself to hear how realistic our Thai text-to-speech voices sound:

Sarawut                     Somsi

Our range of products makes it simple for you to painlessly integrate Sarawut and Somsi into any type of application. We optimize our text-to-speech engines for desktop, server, and embedded-based solutions. You can also access Sarawut and Somsi through our TTS Cloud Service and host your application on our cloud!

If you’re interested in using our Thai text-to-speech voices, or any of our other voices, contact our sales team so we can send you everything you need to build your speech enabled device or application.

Yes I’m interested in the Thai text-to-speech voices!

Soon, you’ll be able to test Sarawut and Somsi for yourself in the interactive demo on our website. We’ll be sure to announce it as soon as it is released!

You can read the full press release on the announcement of our Thai text-to-speech voices here.

What do you think?

Have you listened to the new Thai voices? Do you have any questions about using them for business or personal use? Let us know in the comments!

Learn More about NeoSpeech’s Text-to-Speech

Want to learn more about all the ways Text-to-Speech can be used? Visit our Text-to-Speech Areas of Application page. And check out our Text-to-Speech Products page to find the right package for any device or application.

If you’re interested in integrating Text-to-Speech technology into your product, please fill out our short Sales Inquiry form and we’ll get you all the information and tools you need.

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  • David Montgomery

    April 1, 2017 at 6:49 pm Reply

    I love what your team is doing. Great work! Having visited Thailand I wish I had something like this to listen to samples of phrases I wanted to say while traveling on the fly. Good work.

  • Georges Beaujean

    June 19, 2018 at 6:55 pm Reply

    Hi every one,
    I live in Thailand for 6 years and use the Apple text to speech’ voices Narisa and Kania on my Macbook and iPhone but I would be happy to buy betters one for my personal use, I still do not know if it is possible “to day”

    • neoadmin

      June 20, 2018 at 11:11 am Reply

      Hello Georges,

      Thanks for your interest in our Thai voices.
      Unfortunately, our software is not compatible on Macbook devices, but if you have a Windows system available to use, we would be happy to accommodate you.

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