Clone Your Voice

Hey folks, ZWF here—I'm the founder of Uberduck. This page is for convincing you that you should clone your voice with Uberduck.

You can try out my Uberduck voice clone here or my singing voice here. You can also use it in our Video Editor or in our API. If you clone your voice, you'll be able to use it in all those same places.

What will you do with your voice clone?

I use mine to make TikToks and sick LinkedIn content. I also use it to send messages to my friends.

Friends of mine have used theirs for building GPT-3 question answering bots, home assistants and Twitch TTS donation bots.

Our customers have used voices for sending highly personalized messages to a large number of their users—for example, automatically inserting a user's name and some facts about them into each message.

Is it safe?

You control who has access to your voice clone, so it cannot be used without your consent.

What does it cost?

How does it work?

The process is pretty simple. All you need to do is record around 20 minutes of data in your browser using our custom voice recording flow.

Here's a video I made of the process.

You can also send us audio that you have recorded previously—like from a live stream or a podcast—if the audio is high quality and doesn't have background noise. We charge you a little extra for this since it takes us some additional work to process.

What languages are supported?

We support only English at the moment.