Natural sounding arabic voices. Listen to all free examples.
Language code: ar-XA
Convert text to speech in Arab and download audio file. Generated speech sounds like native speakers.
The Arabic (ar-XA) script is written from right to left. This language has unique sounds like "Qaf" and "Khaa." It's known for its throat and nasal sounds. Words in this language are formed from a root system of consonants. This root system makes speech synthesis challenging because pronunciation varies based on the context.
Rich Consonants. The language contains consonants uncommon in many languages, such as pharyngeal and uvular sounds.
Letter Stress. Some letters, referred to as "tashdid," are emphasized, making them sound stronger.
Deep Sounds. It has deep sounds from the throat, especially with letters 'خ' and 'ق'.
SpeechGen's approach to Arabic synthesis leverages advanced neural network technology. By understanding the language's detailed phonetics and articulation, it ensures an authentic voice output. Whether it's for educational content or multimedia projects, this tool aims to provide clear and accurate voicing.
- Countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Western Sahara, Jordan, Iraq, Yemen, Qatar, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, UAE, Oman, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Sudan, Tunisia, Djibouti, Israel, Iran, Mali, Somalia, Afghanistan, Spain, Kenya, Senegal, Tanzania, Turkey, Central African Republic, Chad, Eritrea, South Sudan.
- One of the 6 official languages of the UN
- Arabs write from right to left
- Language is spoken by 350 million people
- Alphabet consists of 28 letters