Originally posted by nobodysavedme
reply to post by zanysami
computer software can simulate this very easily.
just your pc soundcard...a mike and a speaker..
just delay the output by about 0.2 seconds from the input audio.
i have done so easily using audacity.
Man, this is totally not true. I have been dealing with recording latency (due to sound card audio buffering) for over 15 years and it just throws you
off of your thoughts. Just like a delay on a phone which happens all the time.
How are you going to delay the person's ear from hearing their own voice on time and that's what would be required, not a mic and a speaker. Gimme a
break. All that will do is amplify them, with a delay.. so EVERYBODY will hear them. It's a voice amp weapon, instead of a silencer. HAHA...
Critical thinking folks.. it's not that difficult.