Voice changer with effects
Voice changer with effects review
If you want to record a funny video with the same sort of voicing, you may need a special voice changer. So your voice may sound like that of a cartoon character, a preacher, a robot, and so on. Voice Changer with Effects is the app to do the work.
Speak and Listen
It’s easy to use the app. First, you tap the mic icon on the screen and record the phrase you want to be spoken in a strange voice. Then you select the effect you want applied to it. Then the app processes the record; bet you won’t recognize your voice after that.
Of course, your manner remains; but if you need these phrases just to make a funny video, that’s okay. You may upload them to a cloud or reach via the Android file system.
The app is ad-supported; removing ads will cost you $2.99. Still, the ads interfere very little, staying on the bottom of the screen and popping up rarely. So, if you don’t use the app every day, you can be good with them.
Voices Make It Fun
One of the reasons to appreciate this app (at least for five minutes) is its selection of voices. They include robotic versions (made with simplified vocoder), echoes from a cathedral to Grand Canyon, high-pitch options, including Helium effects and Singing Chipmunks, and various villain voices. Of course, the quality differs; it depends on your original record quality and on the effect. Some of them are better compatible with certain voice pitches.
There is also a virtual piano meant to change the pitch (though it changes the speed as well). Press and hold the key to start playing (and a Record button to record what you play). Pushing keys one after another may create an interesting effect of time- and pitch-shifted delay. If you take your time to experiment, the effects may be awesome.
Now to Get the Best Result
We’d recommend you using an external microphone, but we’re aware that if you use an external mic with your smartphone, then you probably are aware of more professional software. So just hold the mic as close to your lips as possible when recording. Don’t get too close, though; it may cause distortion.
The app uses a TTS engine, but by default, it’s the system language of your smartphone or tablet. In the Settings, though, you can select other languages, so Voice Changer can recognize Italian, Russian or Greek text and not try to anglicize it. Still, the intonations suffer in this TTS, and it’s harder to make out the words in some variants. The app handles the recorded voice much better.
- Lots of effects and constantly adding;
- Easy to use and very intuitive;
- The piano that lets you change the pitch;
- Free (with ads);
- Built-in multilingual TTS.
- The piano works quite strangely;
- The quality may vary, depending on your voice parameters;
- No cloud support to easier export your recordings.