Test with fun how much you know about Art4.03 / 5.00 8,967 Views
Challenge hordes of ninjas in this epic action adventure game.4.14 / 5.00 38,152 Views
Help strange creatures to bring the eye to a mysterious customer.3.74 / 5.00 11,571 Views
i really need a recorder that can lower your voice to make it sound more manly or teenage like. i'm 13 and i'm gonna be frank my voice is sounds kinda young. so, i need a recorder that has those capabilities. i used to have ejay but that gave my computer some nasty viruses. have any suggestions?
Audacity has options where you can lower/higher the pitch of your voice.
However, if you plan to voice act, I'd suggest not using these options, as they are usually seen as 'voice cheating'. Unless of course you're playing a rather weird sounding character, and it is necessary to use such options (I.E.: Foamy, Satan, etc.).
cool edit pro has the option of changing your voice - making it higher lower - keeping the tempo or speeding it up - ite very very flexible - i recommend it over any other program! ^^
Wavelab, acid pro if you know someone with a copy that you can use, they're a little overpriced for what you want otherwise. Is audacity free? Only i might have to get it to play with it.
Yep, Audacity is free. Cool Edit Pro is good, too, but it costs a lot, since now it has been bought by Adobe and turned into "Adobe Audition".
At 5/3/05 09:23 PM, Elliair wrote: Yep, Audacity is free. Cool Edit Pro is good, too, but it costs a lot, since now it has been bought by Adobe and turned into "Adobe Audition".
Hmm i've heard good things about cool edit pro, since i've heard adobe havent done much to it, i recommend buying one of the older versions ie whilst it was still cool edit pro, if you can find it.
agreed. Cool edit pro is an amazing program. I had no idea adobe bought them out as I got the program while they were still cool edit pro..
Ahahahaha. Its alright d00d the time will come, and you wont even know it. As for changing that just talk with your hard cupping over your mouth and the microphone and it will get deeper, but it will also get louder. Also theres probably some voice distortion on Audacity that highers the bass in your voice.