When do you opt for an AI child's voice and when for a real child's voice?
Children's voices are constantly evolving and changing quickly. Boys are getting bearded and girls are also starting to sound more mature.
Consistency is important for productions that run over a longer period of time. An AI child's voice does not change, which removes the risk that a certain voice sounds different from the previous recording.
Productions are often made in different languages. This means that a different voice is used for each language that has the required language without an accent as its mother tongue. Our AI children's voices speak fluently, currently 30 languages with which the same voice can be used for all language versions.
Another application where the use of AI children's voices can be a solution is reading audio books. Given the large amounts of text, a real child's voice quickly becomes overloaded.
Are there any restrictions when using AI computer children's voices?
An AI voice can be experienced as less "human", although that argument is less and less applicable with the rapid development.