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Use this page to download the appropriate synthesizer that works with the version of Freedom Scientific software you are running.

  1. Free natural reader voices download. Multimedia tools downloads - Free Natural Voice Text to Speech Reader by Natural Voices Readers and many more programs are available for instant and free download.
  2. Microsoft Voices free download - Microsoft Silverlight, Microsoft ActiveSync, Microsoft Office 2011, and many more programs.
  3. How to Add and Remove Speech Voices in Windows 10 In Windows 10, you can add and remove voice packages for a language for your device and apps. For example, text-to-speech (TTS) voices for Narrator. Starting in Windows 10 build 18309, you can download additional voices in other languages without having to download language packs.

How to Install Text-To-Speech Voices: After the download is complete, run the.exe/.msi file to install the new voice engine. After installing, close 2nd Speech Center and restart the program. The new voices will appear in the Voices drop-list. Best Free Windows Narrator Voices You Can Use. In the world of today, more and more people use the text to speech computer technology to free their eyes and save time. As a vital component of the text to speech technology, voices, i.e. Speech engines, are the core of text to speech software.

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  • Vocalizer Expressive Voices Version 2 for Fusion 2018 or later, JAWS 2018 or later, ZoomText 2018 or later, and MAGic 14. (Version 2 voices also support Fusion 11 and JAWS 18.)
    Note: JAWS, Fusion, and ZoomText 2020 versions and later offer support for the Japanese Voices on this page when you select VE 2.
  • Vocalizer Expressive Voices Version 1 for JAWS 15 to JAWS 17 and MAGic 13.1
  • Vocalizer Direct Voices for JAWS 14 and MAGic 12
  • RealSpeak Solo Direct Voices for JAWS 10, MAGic 11, OpenBook 9, and WYNN 6 or later
  • RealSpeak Solo Language Installers for PAC Mate Omni
  • RealSpeak Eloquence Language Installers for PAC Mate Omni

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Today Google teased the next update for Google Assistant with a second celebrity voice. This new celebrity voice was announced to be made available in full on October 10, 2019 – this after the first celebrity voice in 2018. The first announcement of Celebrity Assistant voices was made all the way back at Google I/O 2018, then made live in April of 2019.

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When do I get a new celebrity voice?

The John Legend update to Google Assistant went live on April 3, 2019 – and it was NOT an April Fools joke, as it were. His voice appeared in the Assistant Voice section of Settings in the Google app alongside the rest of the collection of alternate voices active at that time.

Right now, when this post is first made public, there’s a collection of voices available for Google Assistant that’s larger than ever before. Included in the mix are colors – some of them more specific than others – with unnamed voices behind the tones.

Included today are Sydney Harbour Blue, British Racing Green, Pink, Purple, Blue, Cyan, Green, Amber, Orange, Red, and John Legend. While John Legend was – at least at one point – appearing as a limited-time sort of release, it now appears to have been expanded well beyond its initial implied limited time restriction.

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Starting on the 10th of October, we’ll see the next celebrity release. At that time, if you’d like to activate said voice, you’ll need to go through the following process.

How do I get a celebrity Google Assistant?

On your Android device, touch and hold the home button, say “OK Google”, or open the Google Home app. If you’ve opened the Google Home app, tap Account (a tiny person head icon) – then Settings. Tap Assistant, then Assistant Voice, and select the voice that you like best.

If you touched and held the home button or said OK Google, you’ll want to find the compass icon in the bottom right side of your display. Tap the compass icon, then tap the button in the upper right. That button could be your name’s first initial, or it could be your profile picture, or it could be a tiny person head icon.

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From there, tap Settings, then Assistant, then Assistant Voice. There you’ll be able to choose the voice you like best. If you’re reading this article after the 10th of October, 2019, you’ll likely have access to more celebrity voice action than you’ve had before – let us know how it goes!

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