Text to Speech Online with Kukarella
Convert text to speech and download high-quality MP3 audio in seconds
With Kukarella's text to speech converter you get access to:
Largest library of voices
You can easily choose from a collection of 532 realistic voices across 60 languages and accents and your text will quickly be converted to the chosen voice.
Kukarella text to speech converter is powered by Google, Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft, which guarantees the highest quality of voice synthesis
Multiple voice effects
Make voices more realistic by adding pauses, whispers, emphasis, adjusting the softness of voices, and even "regulate" the height of the virtual speaker. All effects can be added by clicking a button.
Secure storage for audio
All your files will be encrypted and saved in your personal account, which is protected by Google Firebase. You can download or share generated audio MP3 files anytime.
Your voice matters
Whether you create voice-over YouTube videos, whiteboard animations or just want to narrate a paragraph of text, your success depends on the quality of voices you use.
You are going to want more than a generic computer voice. Luckily you have Kukarella on your side.
While most online text to speech converters compete with each other in promoting speech-generation technologies, Kukarella gives users easy and convienient access to the best of them.
We make it so that you can easily use the services that are currently available only to corporations. All you have to do is to click the "convert" button.
Want to learn about Kukarella's features?
01. Ease of use
Very often online text to speech converters require some learning curve or even understanding of programming. We decided to change that. After thousands of experiments, we created a simple intuitive user interface, which allows you to create one hour of quality voice over in ~7 seconds
02. Flexible Pricing
Instead of competing with voice generators, Kukarella developed an aggregator model. As a result, with Kukarella you have access to 532 voices across 55 languages and accents. This is the largest online library of the most realistic voices! We offer more voices than Google, IBM and Microsoft combined.
03. Rare accents
American English is not uncommon among computer voices. What about Australian or Scottish accents? And what if you need various Spanish dialects? We guarantee that Kukarella has the largest selection of accents.
04. Flexible pricing
We noticed that text to speech conversation is mostly project based, and our users prefer a Pay as you go model over subscriptions. So now Kukarella offers you a selection of prepaid plans, along with recurring payments.
Why do we believe that Kukarella offers you the best text to speech solution?
We built Kukarella for our own needs, and we make improvements every single day!
For the last 30 years, I have been a journalist, scriptwriter, film director, and producer of mobile apps. Voiceovers? I needed them all the time, sometimes in various languages. I worked with actors and studios, even when I needed to convert a short paragraph of text. It was expensive and time-consuming process. So, Kukarella was born out of a desire to make it easier for myself and my team. And I am sure that it can help you too.
Nazim Ragimov, CEO
My goal with Kukarella is to make this application an easily usable text to speech and audio transcription platform for any type of user. Whether you are a blogger, writer, business, or someone who wants to make memes with text to voice. We are here for you!
Jordan Emslie, Developer
Kukarella is both the easiest to use, and most powerful Text to Voice service I've used, which I think is really saying something. It's simple to do what you need to do with it, and you can forget the headache of trying dozens of different sites just to get the right voice or language; Kukarella has them all in one place.
Samual Finnigan, Programmer
How do I find the most realistic text to speech voices?
The highest-quality text to speech online software, predictably, turned out to be from giants like Google, Microsoft, IBM and Amazon. But these platforms aren't designed for end users. Rather, they're meant as a B2B solution. To start converting text to speech users need to create accounts with each platform, update lots of settings and even to code. That's why we created Kukarella, which gives users an easy access to the most realistic voices from the most popular providers. You can listen to the voices in the editor or on this page.
Commercial use of text to speech voices
Standard terms of service Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and IBM give ownership of resulting sound recording copyrights for the recorded files to the user of the application, as long as the text is an original text created or otherwise legally used by the application user. That means that if you hold the copyright to the text, you hold the copyright to the recordings as well. The crucial consideration governing that right is that you 'Created' the work, meaning that there is a modicum of creativity. Kukarella allows commercial use of audio, created with any paid plan.
How do I convert text to voice?
Enter your text in the text area in Kukarella; Select the language and the voice or voices you want to use; Apply any effects to key parts of the text, such as 'whisper', 'breath' etc.; Click 'convert'; Success! You can now listen to, download, and share your generated audio mp3 file.
How should I choose a text to speech software?
When choosing an online solution for converting text to speech, it is recommended that you pay attention to the number of languages and realistic voices offered by the service; the ability to add special effects; conversion cost; and the ability to download and/or share the converted audio files.
What effects can be applied to text to speech voices?
Google, Microsoft, IBM and Amazon allow adding effects to their voices. However, the type of effects, as well as their quantity varies between the platforms. For example, you can add pauses or change pitch on all platforms, but only Amazon gives the ability to add a whisper. If you want to experiment with voice effects (including Amazon’s), you can do that on the 'voices with effects' page.