Internet Archive(external link)

The Internet Archive was founded in 1996 to build an 'Internet library' with access to historical collections that exist in digital format. Now the Internet Archive includes texts, audio, moving images, and software as well as archived web pages.

FindSounds.com(external link)

FindSounds.com is a free site where you can search the Web for sound effects and musical instrument samples.

Wikimedia Commons(external link)

The Wikimedia Commons is a project that provides a central repository for free images, music, sound & video clips and, possibly, texts and spoken texts, used in pages of any Wikimedia project.

Repeat After Us(external link)

Repeat After Us is an award-winning online library with a collection of copyright-free English texts and scripted recordings.

Their free audio clips provide an excellent resource for students and literature lovers of all ages.

The British Library Sound Archive(external link)

Collect Britain(external link) contains hundreds of spoken word recordings exhibititing a wide range of English accents and dialects.

Living On Earth(external link) contains a huge archive of MP3 reports about environmental issues, all with text included. Stories range from about a minute to fifteen or twenty minutes. Many reports are monologues, but most are interviews.

Media Convert(external link) is an online application that can be used to convert audio files to mp3 format. You can split audio files: choose split points, listen immediatly and retry until it's ok.


TTS Builder(external link)

Transform any text into a full click-on speaking text.

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