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Accusonus Introduces New Voice Changer Effects Tool

Designed to allow users to apply effects to vocals that includes three individual, customizable elements that include character, environment and effect.
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A screenshot of the user interface for the new Voice Changer from Accusonics.

Accusonus has announced the new Voice Changer, a software tool designed to allow users to apply effects to vocals that includes three individual, customizable elements that include character, environment and effect.

  • Character. Examples include applications ranging from trailer narrations to monsters, robots to anime protagonists; content that requirse varying characters that in turn requires varying voices.
  • Environment. Examples include voices that can “leap out of the studio,” laying out a fresh landscape beneath a voice, “recording” inside a stadium, rainstorm, cave, airport, and so on.
  • Effect. Examples include mulating walkie-talkie chatter, a radio, vintage-style news broadcasts, space transmissions, and more.

These three aspects are combinable, and Accusonus has also provided a range of presets that can be used as a starting point. Alternatively, users can create their own “voices” from scratch and save them as a custom setting.

Voice Changer offers a user interface (UI) that’s designed to be easy to use. It’s available now as a stand-alone product from the company website (here), while subscribers to the Creative and Post-Production Suites can access the tool, free of charge, as part of the existing subscription.

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