For Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty, another Russian AI -sound came out – it will definitely surprise you with quality

While many were in hearing AI-sound for Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty From MD Says, which even took up dubbing actors, in December, another AI-sound, which was released by the user of our site, was quite imperceptibly released Pavel Demyanov Redpax – And even in the early version it turned out to be amazing quality.

The voices turned out to be very lively, with emotions and correct stresses in words. Often there are even doubts – whether it is really an adoptive? You can familiarize yourself with the voice acting in the video below:

The video shows version 0.2. Now on our website for downloading, version 1 is already available.0 from 01.01.2024.

It seems that high -quality AI -sound for games that will be difficult to distinguish from real ones are no longer around the corner. This is definitely pleasing, given the decision of many publishers to abandon the creation of English dubbing.

It turns out that we are getting closer to the fact that a group of actors hired by the developers voiced the game in the original, and then the neurutus was translated into other languages ​​in votes.

We are getting closer to the fact that a number of trials about digital rights and the use of images in different areas of entertainment or everyday life will follow.

It may turn out that the actors do not have to invite for the basic voice acting, since there are sources of their votes or records of performances that can be analyzed. Either they will refuse their services at all, generating a similar voice. For small studios that have no extra money – a big help.

It is obvious that a new era comes and specific rules are needed, otherwise it will soon be not only artificial voice acting, but also scripts, acting, etc.D. And the further, the better, probably, even better than some famous originals. You can ask you a question: "And where are the minuses?", In a number of fantastic works, such a development of events has long been described. But people in general and those very actors in particular will not be so simple and, most likely, the use of neural networks in creative professions will be legally limited.

Why no one considers that the actors of voice actors in the future themselves will apply neural networks to expand their capabilities? For example, an actor of dubbing does not know the intonation or similarity of the voice with a historical person, or maybe you need vocals or inserts of phrases in foreign languages ​​without an accent, there may be a lot of examples of examples. They take bread from artists and programmers, shouted at first, and now they actively use neural networks in work. You can whine, or you can use. You cannot adapt to the changes of the world, so you have no place there as a specialist.

Of course there are always opportunities, but this is particular. The actor of dubbing does not know there to something-it’s like a translator with an online dictionary. You can put a hundred people to work in a conveyor tape, or you can automate, add robots and 2-3 specialists will control all this. In the creative industry in the same way.

Nobody will touch the profession of the profession yet, they can really benefit from selling rights to "myself", But the second -plan actors, the masses, designers, screenwriters, artists, editors and others can really suffer. How can you adapt to change when the number of jobs will be reduced?! It is just given, competition in the industry is growing, the budgets are huge, so the companies will be happy to save on this, practically without losing quality, albeit with the loss of individuality. Not to mention the unscrupulous use or forgery, when they will give out artificially created for their work, thereby getting a competitive advantage, or apply someone else’s without permission. This question is much deeper and with all its consequences we have not yet encountered.

Tell this to stenographers and telephone operators, etc. This has always happened and will happen in the future that everyone caught up for dubbing actors? In all professions, the best have adapted and work in a similar field, the rest changed their work completely. Why there should be exceptions? Let’s expand the Red Book and add enduring specialties there and will subsidize them at a loss.

There is a lot of things in history in general, starting from the industrial revolution and ending with great depression. It’s not about exceptions, but regulation rules, otherwise, I repeat, the consequences will be unpredictable, both for certain industry segments and markets in general. You just can’t change the work, especially in old age. And creative professions, for understandable reasons, depend on third -party circumstances much more.

I remind you that a long strike of screenwriters/actors has recently ended, so in a peace agreement a number of measures have already been prescribed to restrict AI in this area. It is understandable because "The young lady on the wire" You can replace it overnight, but there are no actors and other representatives of art, especially now, when the difference is still noticeable. Trade unions are in some way a red book, losses from the conflict here are mutual as an employer and an employee, a compromise is needed. That is why the rules, instructions or even somewhere prohibitions are necessary.

Nobody will stop the progress of neural networks, these are not nuclear trials or cloning, although there is similarity in some ways, remembering all the same fiction. But the benefit is that the ships are not yet sitting in the courts, so people have a good chance, if not to win, but to delay the inevitable or rebuild.