Free AI Text-To-Speech and Text-to-MP3 for Tagalog

Transform your Tagalog text into high-quality, AI-generated speech effortlessly and at no cost. Ideal for enhancing e-learning experiences, enriching presentations, powering YouTube videos, and making your website more accessible. Our advanced AI voices deliver natural-sounding speech in various languages, complete with authentic accents. Furthermore, your spoken text can be effortlessly saved as an MP3 file. Select from a range of voices to ensure the tone and style perfectly match your needs.

Todays use: 0 / 1,000 characters

Information about working with AI voices

How do i select a language?

AI voices detect the language automatically. However, AI voices do not support ALL languages. Here is the list of languages that are supported:
Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Belarusian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Kazakh, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Malay, Maori, Marathi, Nepali, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Tamil, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Vietnamese, Welsh.

How do i change the tone or pitch of the output voice?

Unlike our regular voices, AI-generated voices currently lack the capability to adjust pitch or tone on demand. Instead, the AI analyzes the context of the text, including punctuation like exclamation points or dashes, to determine the appropriate inflection during speech.

Disclaimer about AI voices

The TTS voices you are hearing are AI-generated and not human voices. Although this may be self-explanatory, it is mandatory for us to clarify this here.

Example audio files for all voices in Tagalog

Example sentence: 'Ang mabilis na kulay-tsokolate na soro ay tumatalon sa ibabaw ng tamad na aso.'







Facts about the Tagalog language:

Tagalog is the basis of the Filipino national language and is historically significant as it stands at the core of Filipino identity. Its roots trace back to the native languages spoken by the Tagalog people of the Philippines before the Spanish colonization in the 16th century. With the arrival of the Spanish, the language underwent significant changes, absorbing numerous Spanish words in the process. This melding of linguistic influences created a rich tapestry of vocabulary and expression that characterizes Tagalog today.

Unique to Tagalog, and indeed to many languages of the Philippines, is the concept of "baybayin." Baybayin is an ancient pre-Hispanic script that was used primarily by the Tagalog people, among others, before Spanish colonization. It is an alphasyllabary rather than a pure alphabet, and its elegance lies in the way it conveys sounds using a combination of consonant-vowel characters. While no longer widely used, this script has seen a revival in Filipino cultural and heritage movements.

One interesting aspect of Tagalog is its system of "focus" that affects the verb and the sentence structure. Unlike English's subject-verb-object order, Tagalog speakers often vary their sentence structure to highlight certain elements such as the actor, object, or direction of an action. The language employs affixes to verbs to denote various voices which, in turn, determine the order of words within a sentence. This makes Tagalog an Austronesian language that is distinctive in syntactical terms when compared to many Indo-European languages.

Lastly, Tagalog is known for its system of enclitic particles—small words that are attached to the end of the sentence that can change the meaning or mood of what's being said. These particles, such as "ba" (question marker), "pa" (continuity or "yet"), and "na" (now or "already"), offer layers of nuance and are essential in understanding the subtle emotional undertones of the language.

Despite being one of many languages spoken in the Philippines, Tagalog's influence is seen nationwide due to its status as the foundation for Filipino, which serves as one of the official languages of the country. Metropolitan Manila and its surrounding regions communicate predominantly in Tagalog, making it not only a historical treasure but also a vital modern-day linguistic conduit.

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