Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl Announcer

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Description

Introducing Weights' latest AI voice model - "Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl Announcer (RVC v2, RMVPE) (350 epochs)." This model, intricately trained on 350 epochs of locally sourced data, has been meticulously designed to capture the essence and the energy of a Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl Announcer with the precision of our proprietary Retrieval-Based Voice Conversion (RVC) technology. Perfect for generating AI Music, creating AI Covers or even text-to-speech, this model boasts faultless emulation of the fire and excitement of the original voice. This state-of-the-art RVC model has the potential to revolutionize your digital content by infusing it with a unique Nickelodeon flair. We at Weights pride ourselves on this cutting-edge text-to-speech and AI Music technology. Step into the vibrant world of AI-powered audio generation by creating your own AI covers and text-to-speech applications absolutely free with our comprehensive AI tools. Unleash your creativity and bring your content to life with Weights.

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Weekly Metrics

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Pitch

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Male

Singing

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Female

Singing

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3

Female

Singing (Dry)

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4

Female

Singing (High)

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5

Male

Singing 2

🇺🇸 English

6

Male

Singing (Dry)

🇺🇸 English

7

Male

Singing (Dry, High)

🇺🇸 English

Comments

Why is there so much background noise?

The original voice clips have echo and reverb

Couldn't you have removed it from the audio before training?

There are reverb and echo removal models out there

Is there a way to batch remove them

I got the voice clips from the VG Resource

You could put all the clips in audacity and export them as one I think

You can put all the voice clips into a single audio file and run it through UVR

I think that’s kinda painful for me to do

Since I have to then separate each individual voice clip

You could try to use this

(Actually nvm I can export multiple in one wav)

You can use FoxJoy Reverb Removal or UVR DeReverb

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