Last week I came across a useful-looking new site called RhinoSpike, where you can request recordings in a wide variety of languages and make them in your native language.
The way it works is that you submit text in the language you want to be recorded by a native speaker. It goes into a queue for that language. Native speakers see your request, make the recording and upload the audio file, which you can then download.
You can also record texts in your native language for other people, and doing so bumps your own requests forward in the queue, so native speakers will see them faster.
It’s free and the recordings are accessible by anybody.
This is a great idea and I plan make regular use of the site.