Ai chinese voices
Complete list of chinese voices for tts. Based on artificial intelligence.
Language code: cmn-CN
Transform Any Text to realistic chinese speech with cantonese accent. Speech sounds like a native speaker.
This language, also known simply as Mandarin, is predominantly spoken in the People's Republic of China and Taiwan. With its many dialects and variations, Mandarin holds the title as the most spoken language in the world.
Mandarin is characterized by its tonal nature. A single word can have multiple meanings based on the tone used. This makes pronunciation and intonation crucial. Additionally, its phonetics encompass a wide range of sounds, both familiar and unfamiliar to speakers of other languages.
Initials and Finals. Syllables in this language consist of an initial (consonant) and a final (vowel combination). Standard Mandarin has around 21 initials and 35 finals, but not all combinations are valid.
Syllabic Structure. Chinese has a straightforward syllabic pattern. A syllable often has an initial sound and a final sound, though some only have a final sound.
Nasal Sounds. This language features nasal endings, like -n and -ng.
Pinyin System. The Pinyin method is used for turning characters into Roman letters. Both learners and natives use this system to type and understand character pronunciation.
SpeechGen introduces a breakthrough in converting written Mandarin into audible content. The tool efficiently handles the nuances of Mandarin tones and pronunciation. With the integration of advanced artificial intelligence and neural network technologies, the synthesis process produces a voice output that closely mimics natural human speech patterns.
- Chinese from the Sino-Tibetan language family
- Countries: People's Republic of China, Taiwan, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, East Timor, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, USA, Russia, India
- Official status: China, Taiwan, Singapore
- About 1.4 billion people speak Chinese
- One of the most ancient languages
- There are about 100 thousand hieroglyphs