Virtual Personality

Virtual Personality 5.01

A professional telephone voice changer utility. Works with your PC speakers as well as over a teleph
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A professional telephone,mobile,internet voice changer utility. High quality natural voice. Works with your PC speakers as well as over a telephone line or internet. Dubbing automation with 24 voices - with recording and timing support. Needs only a standard voice modem. Endless of different voices. Supports voice/ bidirectional conversation recording (or any phone on the same line). 24 pitches and 8 band equalizer. You speak into the PC microphone and the new voice is heard on your computer speakers on the telephone at the other end of the line or through the internet. Ideal for private investigators and for businesses or individuals that wish to filter crank calls. Unlike hardware based products and support telephony, and software products that support only internet this innovative product, supports all media types - telephony, cellular and internet. No one will recognize you , not even your own mother. You can cause your voice to mimic any from a cast of 24 different personalities, representing voice sources of boys, girls, men or women. Each of the 24 personality-icons on the screen can be linked to a different name and/or voice, simply by a mouse click. You are also advised automatically of its recent usage statistics.
You speak into the PC microphone, and your natural voice is digitally sampled by the multimedia components already installed in your PC. It is then modified by a sophisticated algorithm inside Virtual Personality, and applied to the PC's speakers output for real-time use. Alternatively, it can be recorded using an average tape recorder, or transmitted by your modem for use across the telephone network. Its voice sounds very natural. If you are familiar with voice changers, you will unequivocally identify yourself Virtual Personality's superior voice quality compared to all the others. If you haven't encountered them, you can compare it to the one heard on TV, when attempting to disguise someone's voice.

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