Voxygen, the company that brought us Halloween fun with the Witch text to speech voice, has now introduced their lineup of voices to Windows computer users. Dozens of goofy and more naturally-sounding voices are now available in SAPI 5 format, compatible with Windows screen readers.
Voices range from the dry-sounding U.S. Amanda to a French robot. While French voices dominate the page, U.K. and U.S. English and Spanish are also represented among other languages. Individual voices are available for 39 euros, or currently about $42 U.S. dollars. There does not seem to be a way to get multi-voice packs. Check the link on this post to hear samples or purchase voices.Source: Voxygen
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