Accusonus’ Voice Changer plug-in could be ideal in sound design for video and podcasts

Alternatively, use this as an easy pranking tool.

Accusonus voice changer

Audio software developer Accusonus has released Voice Changer. The aptly named plug-in is an easy-to-use voice transformer that can change the character of a vocal line to a robot, a dragon, an epic narrator and more. The built-in effects could be essential in sound design for video games, movies, trailers, podcast series and radio.

Voice Changer features three engines to manipulate audio: Character, Environment and Effect. They can be applied individually or together as a combined effect. You can create voice effects from scratch or select one of the presets created by Accusonus to find a starting point.

The Character engine can morph a voice to fit a specific character. This could be a trailer narrator, an anime protagonist, a baby robot, a different gendered speaker or a ghost, among others. A range of different Character modes are on offer, with a large Processing knob dictating the amount to which the effect is applied.

Environment will allow you to place a vocal into a new space. This might be a stadium, cave, airport, rainstorm or crypt. As with the Character module, Environment comes with multiple modes and a Processing knob.

The final engine is Effect, which changes the characteristics of the microphone. You can make your narrator talk through a megaphone, a space transmitter, walkie-talkie, or take them back in time to sound like a vintage-style news broadcaster. There’s even a Phone Prank mode to mimic the properties of a phone microphone.

Accusonus’ Voice Changer is available as a 14-day free trial, with the full version available as a monthly subscription. Users subscribed to the Accusonus Creative and Post Production Suites will be able to access the plug-in as part of their subscription.

Learn more at accusonus.com.

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