Thai Text to Speech Conversion

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Language code: th-TH

Thai (th-TH) is a Tai-Kadai language predominantly spoken by around 60 million individuals, mainly in Thailand. Significant Thai communities worldwide also use it. The language employs its unique alphabet, which finds its roots in the Khmer script.

One of the defining characteristics of Thai pronunciation is its tonal nature. It distinguishes five specific tones: low, mid, high, rising, and falling. The meaning of a word can vary based on its tone. For example, the word with the sound "mai" can take on different meanings like new, not, silk, or wood, all depending on the tone used.

Thai words typically begin with consonants that can be voiced or voiceless. However, in many cases, distinctions between these sounds are not maintained at word beginnings. For instance, the sounds "b" and "p" both have an unaspirated "p" sound when they start a word.

A significant feature is the differentiation between short and long vowels. The length of the vowel can alter a word's meaning. An illustrative example is "khaaw" with a long vowel signifying rice, while "khaa" with a short vowel denotes galangal.

Another pronunciation aspect to note is the ending sounds of Thai words. Many words conclude with specific consonants, and most of them are unvoiced. Correctly pronouncing the final consonant is vital for clear communication. Moreover, Thai has consonant clusters. These are combinations of two consonants without a vowel in between. Yet, in everyday speech, one of the consonants in these clusters often remains silent.

SpeechGen acknowledges these characteristics, ensuring precision in voice conversion. Harness the power of diverse voices and advanced conversion techniques to make Thai text come alive with sound. Join us in bridging the gap between written words and audible expression.

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