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Mon 29 Jan 2007

Audio4Fun (a.k.a. Avnex Ltd.) has announced the release of its latest version of AV Voice Changer Software Diamond 5.0, with new features and enhancements. The latest version includes four major, new features.
First, the Voice Mimicker module, uses similarity analysis, celebrity voice samples, and the ability to import anyone’s recorded voice, allows the user to learn how to mimic the voice of virtually anyone. By loading in a voice sample, the user can train their voice to sound like the sample by making adjustments to the pitch, timbre and velocity and saving the results. Many sets of celebrity voices are planned for the future.

The second addition, Parody Maker, lets the user train their own voice to sound like anyone’s voice sample. The user can then create their own sound files based on any celebrity’s voice.

The third element is the Parody Mixer, which will allow the user to mix parody voices to make and save a new parody voice.

The fourth addition is the Voice Analyzer, which is a very useful audio tool that will analyze the three fundamental characteristics of the user’s voice. It will present voice samples in a graphical wave display.

The program’s well-known features are still there, as well as enhancements to many of the current features. A free demo is currently available at //

The range and depth of the available features and its easy to use interface will impress new users. Current owners of AV Voice Changer Software Diamond should consider upgrading to get all the new features added in 5.0. This new version also presents a new graphic interface featuring a 3D look and fast access to modules, filters, and effects. Full duplex mode is fully implemented, and the program should instantly recognize and configure itself to your sound system. The new, full-version software is priced at $99.95.

About AVnex:
AVnex Ltd. specializes in audio and video software technologies in three core areas: Audio and Video Morphing Algorithms, Audio and Video Stream Interception, and Audio and Video Real Time Effecting. Full details are available at //

Wayne Rice is a freelance journalist, copywriter, photographer and artist. He currently resides in the United States.

Wayne Rice- Audio4fun freelance journalist
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