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Digital Voice Cloning using Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Digital Voice Cloning using Artificial Intelligence (AI)
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Digital Voice Cloning using Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 2ch | Duration: 34:36
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + Subtitles | Size: 348 MB

Create a digital voice that sounds like you from audio samples using the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI)
What you'll learn
Know the importance of voice-cloning technology that is far superior compared to TTS (Text to Speech) conversion
Clone your voice using Artificial Intelligence Tools like Lyrebird, iSpeech etc.
Know about a special cloud tool that can create fictitious voices for audiobooks
Know about a special cloud tool that can clone your voice in minutes by uploading bulk fragments of audio to it

None. However, passion and interest to learn this unique technology is needed.
Voice cloning technology on the Internet today is relatively accessible. Believe it or Not.
This course "Digital Voice Cloning using Artificial Intelligence Tools" created byDigital Marketing Legend "SrinidhiRanganathan" primarily deals with explaining about a Montreal-based AI startup named "Lyrebird" which provides an online platform that, when trained on 30 or more recordings, can imitate a person's mimic speech. Lyrebird is an AI research division within Descript, currently and the team is building a new generation of tools for media editing and synthesis that make content creation more accessible and expressive. Sounding to be a wow factor, this new neural voice cloning technology from Lyrebird (that is discussed in the course) synthesises the voice of a human from audio samples fed to it.
What is Voice-Cloning and how this course can be the next big revolution in technology in 2019-20?
Voice cloning corresponds to a few-shot generative speech modelling conditioned on the identity of the speaker.
Typically, cloning a voice requires hours of recorded speech to build a dataset and then use the dataset to train a new voice model. Each speaker's embeddings can be applied to synthetically voice a random utterance or phrase - to be intact, or even users can input their own texts and theArtificial Intelligence (AI)tool will voice them. This means, the AI tool can voice words, sentences and phrases you have not even spoken at all, for that matter. But, this course depicts secrets that can in fact go a long way to change the world of sound for the better. no longer. New technology tools are on the rise and in fact - these groundbreaking Real-Time Voice Cloning Tools allow anyone to clone a voice from a set of audio samples.Some of these voice-cloning tools have recording capabilities in-built that you can use or leverage within the tool itself.
This course serves to be a game-changer this year and beyond as it allows you to replace recorded words and phrases with synthesised speech that's tonally blended with the surrounding audio - once the audio samples that you fed to it is finalised. Isn't that information breathtaking?
Why wait?
Enrol now, get started today and evoke the brilliance of ArtificialIntelligence usage of voice cloning and TTS (text to speech) and be surprised like you never have been. This is the time for AI to rule the world of voice and beyond.
Who this course is for:
Enterpreneurs who want to build a big audio content library in the fastest way possible
Bloggers and Podcast makers who would like to convert their text to audio through AI Voice cloning tools
Digital Marketers who wish to create a lot of audio content with the power of AI Voice cloning tools
Video production studio experts who wish to clone their voice to include in their future projects
Passionate individuals who are interested to learn voice-cloning technology for their research purposes
Students who wish to witness the next revolution in audio technology


Digital Voice Cloning using Artificial Intelligence (AI)

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