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Way To Mask or Change Voice?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by moneygame, Jul 8, 2010.

  1. moneygame

    moneygame Junior Member

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    So I have a few things I want to do and a few products I want to create. Basically I want to sound like an older man for one of the products when recording my audio sales tape, so I can better resonate with the audience. Does anyone know of any good tools that you can do this with?
     
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    Software such as soundforge (sony) (audio editing) would enable you to drop the frequency whilst keeping the same overall duration and speed, but I gotta say you're likely to end up with a voice more suited to making anonymous ransom demands lol.
    Very difficult to do this without it sounding very creepy :D
     
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    Take Kleenex tissues and ball them up and put them in your mouth, pushing them upward toward your cheekbones. Then speak with an Italian accent.

    I learned that trick from Marlon Brando who said that is what he did for his role as Don Corleone in the Godfather. :D

    Cheers! - "Wiz"
     
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  5. CoolDrMoney

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    With software, you're always going to come off with that robotic/somethings just not quite right sound to it. I would just go ahead and hire some audio talent. Probably wouldn't be more than $100 for a couple of hours of recording. You can get A LOT of spoken word down in that amount of time.
     
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    Haha alright guys I appreciate the advice. I would think with all the technology we would have at our disposal these days they would easily be able to mask a voice and make it sound either deeper or lower in pitch. Thanks though!
     
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  7. MrDoru

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    I used the software from my audio card, CREATIVE and it works fine.