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VoiceChanger for FS

Yuriy Nasida
Hello guys,

If anybody know any similar implementation of VoiceChanger (or something like this) for FS ?

Thanks.

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Re: VoiceChanger for FS

voiper2
Take a look at: 
http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Mod_soundtouch
Not sure how well maintained this is, though.

-Avi



2012/3/26 Yuriy Nasida <[hidden email]>
Hello guys,

If anybody know any similar implementation of VoiceChanger (or something like this) for FS ?

Thanks.

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Re: VoiceChanger for FS

Mitch Capper
Actually soundtouch is maintained just fine and is works quite well:)
There is also a more playful example with ladspa and mixing it with a
generic autotune type example.


~Mitch

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Re: VoiceChanger for FS

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2012/3/26 Yuriy Nasida <[hidden email]>
Hello guys,

If anybody know any similar implementation of VoiceChanger (or something like this) for FS ?

Thanks.


Like Mitch said, you definitely want to check out mod_ladspa. As the name implies it uses LADPSA which means you'll need to be running FS on Linux. I believe mod_ladspa comes with a config for something like "autotune" or "autotalent" or something like that. In any case, it's a great place to start.

-MC

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Re: VoiceChanger for FS

Yuriy Nasida
Guys, thanks for the excellent feedback! 


Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 07:42:21 -0700
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2012/3/26 Yuriy Nasida <[hidden email]>
Hello guys,

If anybody know any similar implementation of VoiceChanger (or something like this) for FS ?

Thanks.


Like Mitch said, you definitely want to check out mod_ladspa. As the name implies it uses LADPSA which means you'll need to be running FS on Linux. I believe mod_ladspa comes with a config for something like "autotune" or "autotalent" or something like that. In any case, it's a great place to start.

-MC

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