I solved that issue. I joined HumanTalk and got far more than I bargained for. How so? HumanTalk is far more sophisticated than the previous two apps I mentioned. There are hundreds of voice actors to choose from and many of them have "emotions." (Yeah, just like real folk). Such as?
(Hope I didn't forget one).
The actors range from children to well, people my age (seniors!)
But here is the Best Part...
I had no idea I was going to be this blown away. How so? When you purchase HumanTalk - which is a one-time life-time payment with free upgrades... which you know I love! - it ALSO came with "TextWriter."
TextWriter is a neat app because it helps you to create the content that you want your voice actors to actually say over in HumanTalk. What a concept, right?
But we often overlook this important aspect. We think, "Great, I have access to these life-like AI-generated voices. But now what? What do I have them say?" That's where I kept getting stuck.
TextWriter Has Two Functions
The two functions are: "Content from Prompt," and "Spin Content."
Content from prompt means what you think it means (it will help you create a prompt) and the spin content means you can take an existing article (yes, a full-length article!) and have it come up with a brand new take on it. A new spin.
BTW TextWriter lets you create short content and long content. And it's unlimited.
In Content from Prompt: enter your longtail seed keyword such as, "tell me how to grow tomatoes in Florida" and beneath that, the option to use "Advanced Prompt Mode" is right there.
Do it! Check the Box!
Hit "Next," and you'll get a more detailed prompt output because the Advanced Prompt Mode will include deets you might not have thought (or even knew about) into the prompt!
Then you have the option to summarize (for use in short ads, or even website meta data IMHO (text-wise); after all, this whole pacakge is meant to work in tandem: AI-voice generation without the prohibitive costs, along with the TextWriter prompts to get you going. You can then choose a different output language or choose to "save" at this point. Then it's available for use.
Over in Spin Content:
Step 1: In the first field where "enter your text" is the default, you simply copy and paste the output of "write a 1000 words about how to grow tomatoes" from the "Content from Prompt" area.
Step 2: Hit "Spin Content" and it generates your request.
In Step 3, you can "summarize" your content. Let's say the initial output was 120 seconds (it tells you how long it is!) you can move the slider over to summarize it and make it just 45 or 60 seconds long. How neat is that? You choose any output length in seconds and TextWrite does the summation for us - just like the Content from Prompt does too.
If you wish to have your output in a different language, this is the next optional step. After you've saved your project, it's available to listen to (obviously!) and download - or edit if need be.
Apologies for this being such a long email, but I'm very excited about this. Now we don't need to be stuck with writing prompts. I know it's a tough topic and I'll admit that my free eBook, "All in the Prompt" needs more oomph. That's why I'm sharing this with you today.
This HumanTalk app with the included TextWriter makes it so easy to create prompts.
They have good tutorials too. See how folks on Upwork are making upwards of $400 an hour. They are calling themselves "Prompt Engineers" in their qualification/job-title. That's the new buzzword. It's time for us to become "prompt engineers" too.
Oh, by the way, HumanTalk/TextWriter includes all commercial rights. Use it for yourself - or make money from it by using the combo - to sell to others. It's up to you.
Check it out here.
Thanks for reading.
Yeah, of course that's my affiliate link. I thank you for your support. You guys are the first to know about this! I admit it's not the cheapest AI-voice generator out there, but like I always say, "you get what you pay for." The kicker for me? No monthly charges! Yesss!
I will be creating the full review tomorrow. I'll send another email out when it's live so you can see the screenshots from my account included in the post.
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