posted on Feb, 11 2012 @ 07:09 AM
Originally posted by isyeye
reply to post by ChakaBoy
I would just like to add that these clips have only been sped up and slowed down.
All it takes to make two voices sound alike is to change the speed of the recordings until the pitches are the same. It's easy to do, and takes only
a couple minutes. It means absolutely nothing. Nothing to see (or hear) here, other than untalented, preformated "fake" music.
I have been a sound engineer for many years, have alot of experience recording, and have created similar effects before. This is nothing but sound
edit on 6-2-2012 by isyeye because: (no reason given)
Coming from a sound engineer that is a mighty surprising statement to make. Without going into detail i can tell anyone that the female voice a lot
more complex then a males voice due to differences in the size and shape of the vocal cords and larynx.Which is why women have a greater natural
melody in their voices. Which is also why you do not simply just increase or decrease a pitch to make 1 specific persons male voice sound alike to
another persons female voice Anyone with a degree in Audio engineering in his pocket should be well aware of it .
There are amazing tools available both in hard and software (like what yamaha offers in this area for instance ) today but simple? That would be the
last thing this task should be called and most certaintly this is not case of pitching a tune!
At the very least pitch ,attack ,vibrato ,timbre all need to be manipulated to be able to make such a match
I may not be able to officially call myself a sound engineer but i have a very fair share of experience on the matter since it has been my hobby ever
since my teens. Following tips and advice from people like masenburg and producers like chicane who attended kvr and have dozens of books on the
matter educating myself over the years ever since in both production and mastering.
Having said that i cannot check out the videos themselves at the moment but i will do so later.
edit on 11-2-2012 by Rafe_ because: (no reason given)