Ok, This might sound weird to put in this forum, but I can't find any other sources on this topic anywhere else. So here is my conundrum. I've been planning to make a video from the perspective of the Emergency Alert system. I found a software I could use for this purpose legally called the TTS App. But the problem is it doesn't have the right voices on it. Namely, Tom US. This is the voice you hear on the EAS messages, and on NOAA weather radios. What I need is either a way to install this voice on that software, or a software containing that voice that I can use for this video Legally.
Also, I need a few voices too. Real ones this time, not synthetic. I need these for segments that resemble typical broadcast tropes for both TV and radio. As this story will be told from both perspectives. For radio, I need 2 people. One to impersonate a radio broadcaster for the fictional "104.2 KIVT, Saint Louis's #1 choice for the 70's & 80's". The second will be for the a local news station relaying the story on another radio station. For the 104.2 KIVT guy, I'd prefer a male voice for that role, but I won't have a preference for the news reporter. I will also need some voices for the TV station, this time in Seattle, WA. The channel is the fictional "Classic Seattle", a popular station broadcasting classic movies & TV shows. For this, I need someone who is distinguished & proper. Kinda like the proverbial Robert Osborne. If you don't know who he is, do look him up. Finnally I need a voice for something called a Local Access Alert. For a reference, click this link.www.youtube.com/watch?v=60RvhT…
If you are interested, do send me a note. Or perhaps send me a sample of your voice to my email, email@example.com. For those auditioning for the radio voices, please recite the following line.
"Welcome back, you're listening to 104.2 KIVT, your #1 station for classic hits from the 70's & 80's. Coming up in the next hour, we got Van Halen's Jump, followed by a favorite by Pat Benatar. But up next, we got The Partridge Family's 'Doesn't Somebody Want to feel wanted'. This is 104.2 KIVT."
For the news radio voice, your demo lines are...
"Our top story today, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association has just issued a tsunami flood warning for the north west coast. According to NOAA, both them and the US Geological Survey have detected a large phenomena just 200 miles away from the coast. Right now, we'll be going to break, but we'll have more information shortly."
This project is still very early in its production stage, so some things cold be added or changed. When they are, I'll write an update on it to keep you informed. Thank you very much for reading, hope you can help out.