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so, you know when there's, for example, a bad guy on the telly and his voice is all slowed down and grainy sounding to protect his identity (couldn't spell anonymity !!)... how would one go about achieving this effect ?
Any ideas ?
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- One way you can avoid this should be to complicate the edting process a bit, like using serveral effects on the voice to make it harder to be reversible.
- Another solution could be to mix the spoken voice with other audio (like some strong background noise or some music), that should help to complicate the reverse process in order to have the original voice clean and clear.
Anyway the best is always to do the "reverse tests" in the end and check if it's too easy to get back to the original audio.
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I don’t know if your intention is to change your own voice,or try to recover a normal one from a treated voice,but,if your intention is to change yours(in a way that’s difficult to retrieve),I would change it’s frequencies and characteristics first…Like using some heavy EQ filtering(and then apply effects)…That way,even if someone manage to go around the effects(pitch shifting,harmonizer,etc),he will face a voice that’s very different from yours in the first place...
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