Hebrew Speech Generator from Text

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Hebrew Text to Voice online with Ai powered technology. Listen to all the examples.

  • Avri
  • Adir
  • Moshe
  • Hila
  • Miriam
  • Sarah
  • Aaron
  • Asaf
  • Isaac
  • Hannah

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Language code: he-IL

Discover text-to-speech with clear pronunciation. Turn Hebrew texts into lifelike voices easily. Ideal for learners and native speakers alike.

Hebrew, with its rich history and unique phonetics, is the official language of Israel and is spoken by millions. Also known as Ivrit, its variants and dialects have distinct sounds and nuances. SpeechGen caters to this by providing precision in text to speech conversion.

The language has unique pronunciation features. With its root-based morphology, the placement of vowels and consonants can change a word's meaning. Hebrew is written right-to-left and includes uniacal sounds which are distinctive from many languages.

Hebrew text to speech: peculiarities

Consonant-based Script: Hebrew script mainly shows consonants. Vowels often don't appear, except for beginners or in special texts like poetry. "Nikkud" is a system of dots and dashes that can show vowels.

Guttural Sounds. This language contains throaty consonants like 'ayin (ע) and 'het (ח). These sounds are not usual in many languages and might be hard for some learners.

Emphatic Consonants: Consonants like "kaf" (כּ/ך) exist in regular and hard versions.

Shva Sound: Hebrew uses a sound named "shva." It's a brief 'e' sound, similar to an English schwa.

Dagesh: Some letters might have a middle dot named "dagesh." This dot affects how you say the letter. For example, "bet" (ב) sounds like 'b' with a dagesh and 'v' without.

Resh (ר): This letter's sound can change. In modern Hebrew, it's similar to the French 'r'. In other styles, it's like the Spanish rolling 'r'.

Tav (ת): This letter has two sounds, 't' or 's'. The 's' sound, called "sav," is traditional but not in modern Hebrew.

Hebrew TTS

What makes SpeechGen stand out is its dedication to accurate Hebrew articulation, particularly evident in its Hebrew text to speech online capabilities. The system understands the intricacies of Hebrew phonetics, ensuring that the generated voices are natural. Additionally, with the aid of artificial intelligence and neural network integration, the tool adapts to various textual contexts, offering high-quality voicing.

Unlock the beauty of Hebrew with advanced voice synthesis: transform your text into captivating speech and experience the depth of voices tailored for every nuance.

Top facts

  • Official status: Israel.
  • Semitic family language
  • 9 million speakers.
  • The Bible was written on it.
  • There are 22 letters in the alphabet, and they are all consonants.
  • Words are written from right to left.

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