Screaming Bee announced the development of a universal voice-changing engine. The software, which powers the MorphVOX voice changer, is now available for 3rd party vendors or companies wishing to incorporate this capability into their products.
In addition, the company also noted that the voice-changing technology can be ported to any software, hardware platform or device. The engine can be added to software products on the PC, Mac and Linux platforms. In addition, hardware devices such as PDA’s and cell phones could tap into this voice-modifying capability.
“The design of our voice-changing product, MorphVOX, is completely modular,” explains Mark Ramirez, CEO of Screaming Bee. “This allows the voice components to be transferred into any new products that may require this technology, regardless of platform. This is especially a boon for 3rd party companies who are looking to add voice-modifying technology to their offerings.”
The MorphVOX engine alters a speaker’s voice to an infinite number of target voices. It can readily change the voice pitch and tone quality. The engine is capable of applying a large number of audio filters to simulate vocal and environmental effects. It also features high-end voice conversion while maintaining low resource usage.