Well, I have Soundforge and Goldwave, and I did a decent job with the
zombies in MOTA simply by lowering the pitch of some screams and
growns. I'll probably end up doing something similar for the monsters
here once I find the right voice for the character. Not every voice
sounds quite right, got the touch so to speak, when altered.


On 9/28/11, john <jpcarnemo...@comcast.net> wrote:
> On the subject of the dogs in shades, have you ever had one of
> those things pop out of an alcove at you? If that's not scary, I
> really don't know what is. As far as modifying a voice goes,
> there's something to be said for messing around with the affects
> in an audio editing program to see what you can turn out. Perhaps
> lowering the pitch and distorting the sound a bit might give you
> what your looking for?----- Original Message -----

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