Third Party Tools / Voice changing software

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PCS
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Posted: 25th Nov 2017 15:18
Hi all.
first off , if this post is in the wrong place , then can someone please move it to the correct thread.

I was wandering if anyone maybe know's of commercial free to use voice changing software , were you can record your voice and change it to be used in your game.

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Posted: 25th Nov 2017 16:24 Edited at: 25th Nov 2017 16:25
Here's the one I use: https://screamingbee.com/Product/MorphVOX.aspx. I used this to create the voices on the GG Store. It's not free (but there is a free cut-down version) but it's cheap.
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Posted: 25th Nov 2017 17:32
thanks for the info.
unfortunate for me its a little bit to much to buy this software.
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Len the man
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Posted: 25th Nov 2017 22:21
In my opinion, most of the types of voice changing software that have a low price fail to produce anything with good quality.

I have tried a few and didn't find any that produced anything with good quality. Some can lower or raise the pitch or add some low quality sound effects, but they don't produce anything with good quality.

In my opinion, if you want some different voices to use in your game, you should talk to your friends and see if any of them would do some of the work for you... or you could also ask your family or relatives.

I have had similar problems trying to get this sort of thing in my game also.

I hope this helps... and I wish you all the best...
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Posted: 26th Nov 2017 15:51
@Len the man. thank you,
it looks like i am gone have to follow your advice.
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Jerry Tremble
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Posted: 16th Jan 2018 16:28
Somewhere in this forum someone posted a link to a site that had voice actors for hire. I think most would do a minute of dialogue for $5. I didn't think that was a bad price, but of course that would depend on your budget and how much dialogue you need.
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Posted: 16th Jan 2018 17:41
I did some voice stuff a while ago it's in the store

https://www.tgcstore.net/product/30670

Try using a TTS enabled android device and use audio software to edit and change, it works a treat. Some free voice apps are available on googleplay.
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Posted: 16th Jan 2018 23:43
Quote: "Somewhere in this forum someone posted a link to a site that had voice actors for hire. I think most would do a minute of dialogue for $5"

I believe it's called fiver.com
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Quote: "I believe it's called fiver.com
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That's the place! Thanks!
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