I've been looking for a free voice creator, in which I write text, the program creates the voice, where the voice's frequency and pitch are modifiable, and it can become a .mp3.
I would not prefer real people's voices, only voices from the machine.
I'm not sure, but I think the mod, "Dark Origins," for JKO had some computer generated voice.
9th February 2008
Speakonia could work, but it has a habit of crashing.
It worked, but can I get one where I can change the frequency?
Sexeh like teh gizmo
9th April 2008
If you have access to a Mac, open Terminal and then type
then type what ever you want. Use iRecord to record what you type. This will imitate a human, but sound like a machine. My preference. (sounds like machine creator made some effort)
I don't have any sort of access to a mac, only windows.
2nd October 2005
Hehe, buy autotune.
Of course that is if you have thousands of bucks or so.
A well-oiled toaster oven
26th January 2007
Once you create the .mp3 from Speakonia you could load it up into Audacity and change the pitch, speed, create echoes, etc..
25th October 2008
Was just about to suggest the same as the above poster ^_^ Audacity is probably your best option.
WTF ?! BOOOOOOOM !
10th May 2009
yep audacity is a powerfull tool if you know how to use it
I just looked at Audacity, but I'm not sure how to make voices on it and change the Hz.