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Morgan Freeman Text to Speech

I imitate people.  Professionally.

Weird thing to do for a living, to bend and twist your voice to impersonate other people.  That’s what I do.

I’m a voice actor who specializes in voice matching.  If a need arises within the film or advertising industry for a celebrity soundalike, people like me get the call.  I produce a lot of natural voice and style reads, but my specialty is impressions.  Check out my 100 Voices in 100 Days project to hear some of them.

If you’re looking for Morgan Freeman text to speech, I’m as close as you’re going to get.

A very common question I’m asked is, “Can you tell me the program you use to make your voice sound like Morgan Freeman?”  No.  I can’t tell you, because there’s no program.  I do it with my moutheadfacetongue.  I’ve never used a “voice changer” or even a harmonizer (a cool bit of audio equipment, if you’re interested) – at the very most, I’ve used a bit of pitch bending to lightly adjust the sound of the voice.  Which is what many broadcast stations do to songs played on the radio*.

*most AC, pop, and country radio stations in the U.S. “pitch” their music up from two to six percent.  They do this so they have more time for commercials.

If you watched one of the comedy gaming videos I’ve been in, and you’re looking to snag a download so that you can chat with your fellow video gamers as Christopher Walken, I’m sorry to say that no such download exists.  At least not yet.

Or, if you’re just looking around the internet for text to voice Morgan Freeman programs – and have a legal and ethical reason for wanting that sort of thing – give me a shout.

If you’d like to hire me or request a quote – click here.

Jason Stephens
Voice Buffoon