Making Speech Sound More Like Your Language & Accent

Match our AI to your accent and language.
Written by Don Bosco
Updated 2 months ago

At BHuman, we understand the importance of authenticity and the nuances that come with different languages. If you're recording videos in languages other than English and want them to sound more native, follow these guidelines to enhance the language experience.

1. Record in the Right Environment

Why it's important: If our AI cannot properly hear your voice due to background noise or a bad quality microphone, it's going to have a hard time picking up the nuances of your accent.

How to do it:

  • Choose a quiet place to record, with no background noise.

  • Use noise-cancelling microphones if necessary.

2. Emphasize Natural Pronunciation

Why it's important: Words in every language have their unique rhythm, tone, and emphasis. Pronouncing them naturally makes the video sound genuine.

How to do it:

  • Speak clearly and enunciate your speech

  • Speak with emotion, try to really animate your voice

3. Utilize Distinctive Phrases

Why it's important: Using phrases that are distinctly from your language helps in setting the context right. It subtly instructs our AI about the language it is operating in, making it more attentive to the linguistic nuances.

How to do it:

  • In variable phrases (the phrase that your variable is contained in), opt for words or greetings that are unique to your language. For example, instead of the generic "Hallo Name" in German, use "Guten Tag Name".

  • Avoid any phrases that can sound like English, or any other language / dialect.

Conclusion

Language is more than just words—it's an expression of culture, emotions, and history. By following the above guidelines, you can ensure that your videos on BHuman not only sound authentic but also resonate with the cultural richness of the language you're speaking. It's the little details that make a big difference!

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