Fabula is set for its public beta release
The Fabula Development Team is announcing that Fabula, the interactive audio engine, is now in public beta and that they are inviting new users to try out this state of the art platform. Users will be able to create interactive stories and prepare them for distribution.
In 2019, Fabula started out as a way for the inhouse development team at Wanderword to build a project and distribute it to multiple platforms, including smartphones as well as smart speakers with Alexa or Google Assistant. Once the development team realized the ease of use and the broader applicability to content creators everywhere, they decided to build the platform out to meet the needs of the growing interactive audio industry.
“At Wanderword we wanted to build something that would encourage people to write interactive and engaging audio stories and entertainment. Our great team at Fabula was able to build a platform that does this in a fun, easy to use way.” said Johan Stromberg, CEO of Wanderword.
The best part about Fabula is the creative freedom that content creators can enjoy, from uploading their own audio recordings to choosing from a supply of 440 different voices. Customization is a cornerstone of the platform. The efficiency of Fabula allows for real-time collaboration with other team members, saving both time and money in the production pipeline. From simple linear story narration to advanced game design, Fabula aims to meet and exceed the needs of the end user.
Lastly, the entire team at Fabula is very excited for this opportunity to provide content creators with a new outlet to display their work.
● Dynamic audio system with simultaneous voice, music and sound effects
● Easy to use (drag and drop) node based system
● Real-time collaboration with others saves production time
● Create once - publish everywhere
● Advanced game design for experienced programmers
● First class synthetic voices with over 440 to choose from and counting
● Bring your own voice recordings
● No prior coding experience needed