Scene Partner is an iPhone app designed for actors, theater companies and writers looking for a smart way to help actors get offbook faster, using Acapela speech synthesis, an outstanding talker to partner with. Actors can now practice their lines anytime, on their own, to make their rehearsals and performances even better.
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Acapela text to speech, which transforms any written text into natural speech in real time, with the richness of the language and full respect of breath groups, pauses and punctuation, contributes to offer with Scene Partner a unique and highly efficient talking interface to help actors memorize their lines anytime, anywhere, 24/7.
Scene Partner helps actors learn lines quickly and easily, whether they normally use voice recording or the printed page. Advanced Acapela text to speech plays back lines, cues, or whole scenes with pleasant voices. The actor can even record their own voice and the voices of the fellow actors, and merge them with the TTS playback. Last but not least, actors can use their own scripts when signing up by creating a secure Private Library.
Just download the app, create an account (within the app or at http://www.scenepartnerapp.com) and access all of the scripts in Scene Partner’s Public Library. You can also set up your own Private Library or download scripts from the Libraries of your favorite Theaters.
'The potential of the iPhone as a tool for volunteers and professionals in theater, film and TV is beginning to be realized with the launch of Scene Partner, a revolutionary new app that helps actors get offbook fast using Acapela super natural voices.' says J. Kevin Smith, Owner of mytheaterapps.com, LLC, the developer of Scene Partner.
A product of mytheaterapps.com, Scene Partner is the first in a line of productivity and community building mobile applications that will help dramatic artists in ways that we have never imagined.
Pricing is $4.99 and includes 2 English Acapela voices , available on the Apple appstore
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