[2024] 7 SpongeBob Voice Generators that 100% Work

SpongeBob Voice Generator

Sometimes when editing a video, many people like to use SpongeBob’s voice to make the video funny. It is not practical to ask Tom Kenny to do the voiceover for you. The best workaround would be to look for an efficient SpongeBob voice generator. There are different kinds of such tools. Some work to turn text to speech using SpongeBob voice, some can change your audio SpongeBob voice directly, and some provide a real-time change of voice for video/audio calls or live streaming.

The following sections talk about some of the most appreciated SpongeBob voice generators including online tools, mobile apps, and software that can serve the purposes pretty well.

SpongeBob Voice Generator – Text to Speech

The following is the list of web-based SpongeBob voice generator tools that support the text-to-speech method. This means that you can type your text in the input field, and the portal will convert it to speech using the type of character you choose, which is SpongeBob in this case.

1. FakeYou

FakeYou, which used to be called Vocodes, is an online tool that offers more than 2300 different voices including SpongeBob’s voice. You can start by picking a category, subcategory, and the type of voice that you want to have from the filtered ‘Voice’ list. Next, you can type your text and click ‘Speak’ to listen to how the generated voice sounds.

According to my test, the shortcoming of this tool is that it can sometimes take several minutes to convert the text to speech, and the audio is limited to 11 seconds. That means if you have a long text, you need to cut them off and convert it more than once.

All said and done, any audio that FakeYou generates is watermarked as the portal is still going through several modifications. Also, according to the terms, at the time of this writing, you cannot use FakeYou voices for commercial purposes.


2. Uberduck

Uberduck offers fewer options when it comes to funneling the voices. Also, the tool doesn’t even allow you to synthesize your audio without signing up.

Using Uberduck is pretty simple. All you need to do is:

  • Use Google Chrome (recommended) to go to the official website.
  • Click Text to Speech from the landing page.
  • Pick a voice type from the Choose a voice list (SpongeBob SquarePants here).
  • Choose your preferred character from the drop-down menu on the right.
  • Enter the text that you want to convert to speech into the Enter text to synthesize field.
  • Click Synthesize.
  • Wait while Uberduck generates the SpongeBob voice out of the text you entered.
  • Once done, click the Play/Pause button to listen to the voice.
  • Download the audio to your PC if the generated audio is acceptable.

Note: You must purchase a paid subscription to use Uberduck’s voices for commercial purposes.


3. 15.ai

Unlike the SpongeBob voice generator portals discussed above, 15.ai even lets you choose an emotion for the vocals that you plan to generate. It is non-commercial freeware developed by an anonymous MIT researcher. 15.ai has a faster speed to convert text to speech than Fakeyou, but it also has a limit on the words you can type which is 200 characters.

To use 15.ai for the SpongeBob voice:

  • Use Google Chrome (recommended) and go to the program’s official website.
  • Choose SpongeBob SquarePants from the Source menu.
  • Pick SpongeBob from the Character list.
  • Select your preferred tone from the Emotion options.
  • Type your text in the available input field.
  • Click Generate to make 15.ai convert the text to speech.
  • Playback and review the generated SpongeBob voice.

SpongeBob Voice Generator – Mobile Apps

Listed below are a few SpongeBob voice generator apps that you can install on your Android or iOS devices. Some of these are quite flexible as they are compatible with Windows and Mac computers as well.

4. Celebrity Voice Changer

Enjoying a 4.2-star rating from more than 11K users across the globe, Celebrity Voice Changer is a free app available for Android, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac computers. Unlike web portals, Celebrity Voice Changer has a built-in camera that can record your expressions or anything else (using the rear camera of your smartphone) while mimicking your voice to sound like SpongeBob. However, while using the app, ensure that your phone/PC is connected to the Internet without which, the program may not communicate with the server to get the expected output.

Talking about the app itself, its database has more than 100 voices from various celebrities and can convert your voice to that of any famous personality of your choice using AI technology. The only downside that this program comes with is that it offers no option to enter your text to convert it to speech, and you must use your voice in real-time for generating the SpongeBob voice.

To use Celebrity Voice Changer as a SpongeBob voice generator, you can:

  • Launch the app on your phone or computer (iPhone is used here for reference).
  • Search SpongeBob using the Search box at the top of the interface.
  • Tap to select SpongeBob.
  • Use the app’s built-in camera to record yourself while talking into the microphone.
  • Listen to the recording where you sound like SpongeBob.
  • If everything looks fine, save the video to your PC.
Celebrity Voice Changer

5. Voicer

At the time of this writing, Voicer enjoys a 4.5-star rating from more than 6K users on App Store. Although you can use the app without paying anything, a 3-day free trial allows you to explore all its premium characters that are locked otherwise. You can install Voicer on both Android phones and iPhone/iPad. To use Voicer as a SpongeBob voice generator:

  • Launch Voicer on your smartphone.
  • Tap to select SpongeBob from the list of characters that appear on the next screen.
  • If this is the first time you are using Voicer, tap Allow to grant the app permission to show notifications, and use the microphone and camera.
  • Optionally, from the bottom of the next screen, tap the Camera icon to switch between rear and front cameras.
  • Tap the SpongeBob character from the bottom.
  • Start speaking into the microphone.
  • Once you’re done, tap the character again to stop the recording.
  • Wait while Voicer processes your recording and converts it to sound like SpongeBob.

SpongeBob Voice Generator – Real-Time

The following apps work in real-time which means that they allow you to select a character (SpongeBob in this case), and speak into the microphone in your voice. For their part, the tools then modulate your vocals to make you sound like the chosen character. You can save these modulated voices to your device or integrate them into programs like Skype, Discord, etc.

Some of the PC programs suggested below work as a voice changer tool to produce SpongeBob vocal effects in both real-time and out of an already recorded audio file.

6. iMyFone MagicMic

One of its kind, MagicMic by iMyFone is a voice changer program that is available for Mac, Windows, Android, and iOS platforms. You can download the tool from its official website and install it on your preferred device following the traditional installation method. A couple of advantages of using MagicMic include:

  • Access to more than 100 filters to change your voice in real time.
  • Access to more than 150 voice memes.
  • Access to more than 300 voice effects.
  • Seamless integration of modified voices into games and programs.
  • Supports real-time voice recording.
  • Enables you to upload an audio file to change the entire recorded session in a single go.
  • Offers granular control over voice modulation through volume, pitch, and vocal sliders.

In addition, you don’t have to stay connected to the Internet while using MagicMic, other than the instances when you want to download a character whose voice you haven’t used yet, or that has been recently added to the software.

To use iMyFone MagicMic as a SpongeBob voice generator in real-time, you can:

  • Download and install the program on your PC or smartphone (a Windows computer is used here for reference).
  • Launch MagicMic.
  • Choose your preferred microphone and speakers to use with MagicMic.
  • If MagicMic doesn’t prompt you to choose input and output devices, click Settings from the left pane.
  • Choose the correct peripherals as needed.
  • Next, go to the VoiceBox option in the left pane.
  • Optionally, turn off the Hear myself switch from the bottom-left corner to stop voice echoes.
  • Click to select SpongeBob from the characters in the main window.
  • Click Record Voice Change from the bottom-right corner.
  • On the next box, click the Microphone icon and start speaking into the mic.
  • Click Stop once you’re done recording.
  • Click Voice change to allow MagicMic to change your voice to SpongeBob.
  • Listen to the converted voice.
  • If the audio sounds acceptable, click Export to save it to your device.

If you have an already recorded audio file:

  • Follow the steps as explained earlier to set up the app and select SpongeBob.
  • Click File Voice Change from the bottom-right corner this time.
  • On the next box, click the Click to import option.
  • Import the audio file from your device to MagicMic.
  • Listen to the converted voice and see if it is acceptable.
  • Click Export to save the modulated audio to your device.
iMyFone MagicMic

7. Voicemod

Voicemod is a free program for Windows computers. Although the interface is almost identical to that of MagicMic, this program doesn’t support the file voice changer option which means that you cannot upload an audio file to change the entire recorded session at once.

However, one of the major advantages of Voicemod is that it offers a virtual microphone that can you can select as a default input device in Windows’ audio settings. After this, you can seamlessly integrate this virtual mic into Discord, Skype, or any other such compatible application for modulated voices.

To convert your voice to SpongeBob in real-time with Voicemod:

  • Use any web browser of your choice to go to the program’s official website.
  • Use your preferred method to create an account and sign.
  • Download and install Voicemod on your Windows PC.
  • Launch Voicemod.
  • On the next prompt, choose your preferred microphone and speakers that you want to use with the application.
  • Click Continue.
  • Click All done.
  • Click Start Voicemod on the next box.
  • Optionally, right-click the Speaker icon from the System Tray present at the bottom-right corner of the Taskbar.
  • Click Sound settings from the context menu.
  • Click to select Microphone (Voicemod Virtual Audio Device (WDM)) from the Input section to use modified voice in the apps.
  • Note: In addition, you must also select this virtual microphone instance within the apps you want to use the converted voices in.
  • Get back to Voicemod.
  • On the main interface, ensure that VOICEBOX is selected in the left pane.
  • Click to select SpongeBob from the voices available in the main window.
  • Turn on the VOICE CHANGER switch from the bottom-left corner.
  • Start speaking into the microphone to use the modulated voice with your preferred voice app.
  • To review how you sound with the modified voice, turn on the HEAR MY SELF switch from the bottom-left corner while speaking into the microphone.

Although Voicemod is free, you must go for its Pro version to have all the voices unlocked.


Lino Sal

Lino Sal

Lino enjoys exploring new gadgets, apps, and software. He believes that technology changes life and there should not be an obstacle for common people to use technology, so he actively shares his knowledge in this area.

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