How to Change Your Voice in Real Time

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How to Change Your Voice in Real Time
Fool your friends by changing your voice. (microphone image by Sid Viswakumar from Fotolia.com)

Voice changing software can be useful for both recreation and professional work. Many people will want to change their voice in real time if they are pranking their friends. Professionally, you can change your voice in real time to correct issues such as pitch and tone. This is very useful for singers doing live performances. Whether you have just a smart phone or a full studio, there is a solution for you.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Download and install "MicDroid" from the Android Market on your Android device. You will need a device with at least specifications similar or better than the Motorola Droid to able to convert your voice in real time. These include the Google Nexus One, Sprint EVO 4G, Samsung Galaxy S line and others. Open the app, press "Menu" then "Pitch-Correction Settings." Enable "Live Correction" by placing a check mark in its box.

  2. 2

    Download and install "I am T-Pain" from the iTunes App Store on your iPhone. The I am T-Pain app allows you to record your voice, change it and also share your recordings on Facebook and MySpace. Open the app and press the "Record" button to begin. You will have the option to share afterward.

  3. 3

    Download and install AV Voice Changer for your PC. It has the ability to change your voice in real time. It is also compatible with online games such as World of Warcraft and VoIP services such as Skype. They offer a trial that you can download and try out for free.

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