Accusonus Voice Changer A Powerful Virtual Sound Designer For Sculpting Voice Tracks

Accusonus has introduced Voice Changer, an all-in-one virtual sound designer for applying effects to voice.

Voice Changer is comprised of three individually-customizable elements: character, environment, and effect:

  • Character – from trailer narrations to monsters, robots to anime protagonists – content can require varying characters, in turn requiring varying voices.
  • Environment – users can leap out of their studio, and lay out a fresh landscape beneath their voice. ‘Record’ inside a stadium, rainstorm, cave, airport, bathroom – anywhere.
  • Effect – regular microphones can become anything with this module. Emulate walkie-talkie chatter, a radio, vintage-style news broadcasts, space transmissions, and more.

Accusonus provides a wide range of presets, and users can create their own voices from scratch, then save them for future use.

Pricing and Availability

Voice Changer is available now for $4.99/month or as part of Accusonus’s Creative and Post-Production Suites. A demo version is also available.

6 thoughts on “Accusonus Voice Changer A Powerful Virtual Sound Designer For Sculpting Voice Tracks

    1. Kind of a trollish comment. Withdrawn with apologies.

      I’m sure they worked hard on their plugin and their demo video.

  1. I LOVE Accusonus products, but I can’t stand the subscription model. I’d rather purchase it outright.
    Nice products though!

    1. Same. A subscription only model is an instant turnoff for me and ensures that I won’t even consider demo’ing the product. I want to own the software I use, not rent it, and would happily buy a license for a plugin I found to be useful. I was about to watch the video until I saw the subscription only model and now won’t even waste my time doing that.

  2. I have a reverb remover of theirs (part of a set of plugins). Every time I’ve tried to use it, it hasn’t really been a very satisfying result. I’m not such a big fan on sparse UI. I like lots of knobs, and the ability to ruin sound if I want to. So many plugin developers trying to protect us from ourselves and give us one big knob. Not all of us are so afraid of knobs/complexity.

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