Voice Thing!

Antares release voice changing effect for Windows      22/02/08
Voice Thing!


Voice Thing! (with the "!") is actually the name of Antares’ new product.
Designed to bring some of their professional voice processing technology to the recreational PC user, Antares say that Voice Thing! can process and change your voice in an almost limitless variety of ways. It's not a plug-in, but a stand-alone application that sits between your microphone and any PC application that accepts audio input. (Examples might include online role-playing games, instant messaging, VoIP, or a video editing program that allows you to add your own narration of other sound effects to your video).
Antares tell us that with Voice Thing!, you can subtly or radically change the character of your voice, turn your (audio) self into a monster or alien, and create the effect of being in a wide variety of sonic environments, from small rooms to huge halls.
With Voice Thing! you can:
  • Change your voice with the same super high-quality voice processing used in Antares's professional audio tools
  • Raise or lower your voice with high quality pitch-shifting
  • Radically change the quality and/or gender of your voice with our unique vocal tract modeling technology
  • Use the Mutation function for a huge variety of monstrous, demonic, or other alternate-species voices
  • Instantly translate everything your say into Alien
  • Simulate a variety of environments, from a huge hall to a small room
  • Choose from an extensive collection of included human, creature, (and just plain weird) voices Listen to some audio examples here.
  • Save a virtually unlimited number of your own creations
  • Have some serious fun
Pricing and Availability:
Available now for Windows XP and Vista.
$34.99 More information and demo:
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