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Kieran.
Posted: 25-01-10' (12 years ago)
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Hey, I don't know what section this should be in, But I need help with voice acting whcih I may put iinto my animations.

I have a logitech headset which can be plugged in via USB. It works perfectly when recording my voice on MSN, and nealy always works with skype.

However, when I tried download a voice changing/recording software, nothing seemed to work.

SO I need:

The best voice changing/recording software that can be "aquired" (By PM if neccessary)
A tutorial on how to use it
And any other tips.


Many Thanks


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Tonney
Posted: 25-01-10' (12 years ago)
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Well, first off, what did you download?
And i'd suggest Audacity. Not the most advanced, but simple, seems quite good, and so far has done all i've ever wanted to be done with my voice.


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Posted: 25-01-10' (12 years ago)
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Audacity is a great freeware program for that type of stuff. It's pretty much what everyone uses. One thing about it: You have to download the LAME (seriously, that's the name of it) MP3 encoder to export anything as an MP3. That tripped me up when I started using it.

Here's a link for joo:

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/


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Posted: 26-01-10' (12 years ago)
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I would go with Audacity as well, it seems like the most reliable recording program and most efficient. Post some of your work here though, I'm sure we'd all love to see it.


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Kieran.
Posted: 26-01-10' (12 years ago)
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Ok, thanks guys, I went with audacity and it works great!


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Posted: 26-01-10' (12 years ago)
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Damn you Kieran...getting me on audacity again and mucking about... Lol's at my voice acting

http://www.supperbas.com/uploader/view/95/


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Posted: 27-01-10' (12 years ago)
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off topic
LOL @underling, that beginning sounds so bad in so many ways xD
Though the voice is good =]

On topic
Although I personally don't do voice acting the persons I know who do voice acting are all using Audacity so yeah I think that's a really good choice =]
Cool that silence pointed out that you have to install that encoder if you want to export it as MP3


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Posted: 24-06-12' (9 years ago)
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How did I miss this?

I'm currently using Adobe Audition 3.0
It's such a great program to record voice acting with; or anything else for that matter.
I'm also using a Samson CO1U microphone; the quality is splendid.

EDIT: Oh wow, 3 years ago? I didn't even see that...


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