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  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish

CereVoice Cloud Text-to-Speech Web Service

The CereVoice Cloud is a text-to-speech (TTS) software-as-a-service (SAAS) from CereProc. CereVoice Cloud provides developers with easy access to the CereVoice TTS engine, allowing any connected application to be speech enabled with CereProc's industry-leading TTS output. A simple yet powerful web service, the CereVoice Cloud can be integrated with just a few lines of code in C, C++, C#, Objective-C, PHP, Javascript, Java, Python or virtually any other programming language with HTTP or SOAP support.

To gain free developer access to the CereVoice Cloud, first create a CereProc website account and then visit the CereVoice Cloud Registration page in your account by clicking on the CereCloud tab.

Registered CereVoice Cloud users get 10,000 free credits per month (1 credit = 1 character of text input). Registered, logged in users can purchase credit, and view US dollar and Euro pricing, in the Store.

CereVoice Cloud Credits Pay as You Go Pricing excluding VAT
100,000 £20.83
1 Million £124.99

CereProc also offer monthly / annual subscriptions for users who require a high volumes of CereVoice Cloud Credits, below is a sample of pricing for large volume of CereVoice Credits.

CereVoice Cloud Credits Monthly Subscription Monthly Payment Pricing excluding VAT Annual Payment Pricing excluding VAT
5 Million £328 a month £3,333 per year
7 Million £438 a month £4,653 per year
12 Million £473 a month £5,073 per year
Monthly subscriptions are for a minimum of 3 months duration, annual subscriptions are for a minimum of 12 months. For more details please contact sales@cereproc.com

For in-depth information about the API, and example code, see the CereVoice Cloud Guide.

from suds.client import Client
client = Client("https://cerevoice.com/soap/soap_1_1.php?WSDL")
request = client.service.speakSimple("user","password","","Hello world!")

CereVoice Cloud Features

  • Simple TTS integration into web-connected mobile, desktop, or server applications
  • Free to sign up, with free monthly usage tier
  • Wide range of CereProc voices in multiple languages
  • High quality speech output in ogg, mp3, and wav formats at 48kHz, 22khz, 16khz, and 8khz
  • Stereo and 3D audio output capability
  • Metadata for lip-syncing, animation, marker processing etc
  • Support for user specified custom lexicons and abbreviations
  • Comprehensive user guide with full API documentation and example code (C, C#, Objective C, Java, Python and more)

Voices List

The live demo at the top of this page is powered by the CereVoice Cloud. All of the live demo voices are available to CereVoice Cloud users.
  • English
    • Adam (English, United States)
    • Caitlin (English, Ireland)
    • Claire (English, Lancashire)
    • Dodo (English, Scotland)
    • Giles (English, England)
    • Hannah (English, United States)
    • Heather (English, Scotland)
    • Isabella (English, United States)
    • Jack (English, England)
    • Jess (English, England)
    • Katherine (English, United States)
    • Kirsty (English, Scotland)
    • Lauren (English, England)
    • Megan (English, United States)
    • Nathan (English, United States)
    • Nicole (English, France)
    • Sarah (English, England)
    • Stuart (English, Scotland)
    • Sue (English, Black Country)
    • William (English, England)
  • Catalan
    • Nuria (Catalan, Espanya)
  • Dutch
    • Anne (Dutch, Netherlands)
  • French
    • Laurent (French, France)
    • Suzanne (French, France)
    • Florence (French, Canada)
  • German
    • Alex (German, Germany)
    • Gudrun (German, Germany)
    • Leopold (German, Austria)
  • Italian
    • Laura (Italian, Italia)
  • Japanese
    • Yuki (Japanese, Japan)
  • Polish
    • Pola (Polish, Poland)
  • Portuguese
    • Gabriel (Portuguese, Brazil)
    • Lucia (Portuguese, Portugal)
  • Spanish
    • Sara (Spanish, España)
    • Ana (Spanish, Latin America)
  • Swedish
    • Ylva (Swedish, Sweden)
  • Scottish Gaelic
    • Ceitidh (Gaelic, Scotland)

Technical details

Supported Standards

  • SOAP 1.1
  • SSML version 1.0/1.1
  • VoiceXML 2.0
  • 48khz, 22khz, 16khz, 8khz ogg, mp3, linear PCM/wave audio output
  • CereVoice XML for speech tuning and emotional synthesis
  • CereVoice User Lexicon format
  • CereVoice Abbreviation format

Supported Languages

  • English
  • Dutch
  • French
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • German
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Japanese
  • Swedish
  • Catalan
  • Scottish Gaelic

To gain free developer access to the CereVoice Cloud Public Beta, first create a CereProc website account and then visit the CereVoice Cloud Registration page in your account by clicking on the CereCloud tab.