A voice changer is a novelty item used for altering or disguising the user’s voice beyond recognition. It digitizes the voice, which can be manipulated to a higher or lower pitch using its built-in adjust buttons. All the user needs to do is speak normally on the device and the voice changer will do all the altering. Old man, robot, and cartoon characters are some of the examples of voice alterations included in voice changers.
Types of Voice Changers
Kinds of Voice Changers include the following:
A telephone voice changer is a handheld device placed flush over the phone's mouthpiece.
It can be tricky to use, as it requires the use of both hands--one on the device and the other on the phone.
A mobile phone voice changer consists of an adapter, a connector, and a headset.
The user speaks through the headset where a voice switch alters the normal voice.
It is made for hands-free use.
A voice changer software is a computer program that changes the voice according to pitch and timbre level.
It is mostly used for computer audio video programs such as chat rooms, video conferencing, and Internet phones.
It can also be used in sound recording and dubbing.
It can include algorithms for advanced voice alterations.
Choosing Voice Changers (Buying tips)
Variety: Choose a voice changer that comes with a variety of voices for more fun options. Look for one with that allows you to control the “gender” and “age” of your voice. Consistency: Choose a voice changer that provides consistent voice alteration without fluctuations for more believability.
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