With as little as one day in the studio, VivoText can accurately clone an actor’s voice. Once calibrated, the actor can license their voice to partners for voiceover products without ever having to go to the studio again. VivoText Premium Voices are managed as entertainment products, enabling actors to earn royalties in markets made accessible with VivoText Emotional-Text-to-Speech.
VivoText integrates easily with mass-calling APIs like Twilio, so the face of an organization can send a personal message to each individual customer to nurture brand loyalty. Every employee of a fortune 500 company can receive a personal thank-you, or message of encouragement from their CEO. The applications are endless.
VivoText’s DNA lies in the idea that the human voice is a musical instrument, and its story is that of its founder, Gershon Silbert. An internationally acclaimed concert pianist, Gershon first entered the technology space with Silpor Music, teaching computers to play music with emotion, like humans. The results were musical pieces that even music critics couldn’t believe were synthesized.
He founded VivoText in 2008, applying those same principles to human speech. After years of research and development, VivoText can now clone celebrity voices in as little as one day. Once they’ve been properly calibrated at VivoText, they can be licensed for any application that the actor permits: Audiobooks, voiceovers, mass-communications, and more.
Sam Solomon founded and led U.S.-based litigation consulting firm DOAR until its sale in 2005. He chairs the board of Mobideo Technologies, and sits on the board of a NYSE listed mutual fund.
Dean of the Engineering Department at the Holon Institute of Technology, Dr. Yossef Ben-Ezra has co-authored 9 book chapters, over 50 papers, 8 patents, and is a reviewer for leading international journals.
Ben Feibleman, a former VC analyst and Pamela Harriman Foreign Service Fellow at the U.S. Department of State, holds a Bachelor’s of Political Science from Columbia University, and a Master’s in BAMF studies from the U.S. Marine Corps.
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