There are some YouTube videos on using Melodyne to do "gender swaps" on vocals. Might want to try that as a starting point. If that works for you it doesn't cost a thing
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alcraig wroteDoes anyone know of a plugin that would allow me to make adult voices sound more like kids?
Check out the companyPolyverse and their software Manipulator...
they are awesome at this sort of stuff.
Amazing company that I have only recently come across!
sirmonkey wrotealcraig wroteDoes anyone know of a plugin that would allow me to make adult voices sound more like kids?
I am glad I didn't respond to this. I would have been much more specific and probably kicked off the forum!
Couldn't resist! It just popped into my head.
But now, back on track....
I tried to use Melda's free MAutoPitch on a male vocal. I used the formant shift function only, trying a few methods. The results were not natural....mostly cartoonish. I tried using Studio One's splitter, using frequency splits. I tried different combinations of formant shift amounts on different frequency ranges (3-4 frequency splits, while also experimenting on where to set my frequencies).
Still cartoonish. If realism is what the OP needs....I don't think it will work.
Maybe it could possibly sound more real on spoken voice, or on a different voice than the one I happened to try this on.
If realism is not important, then one could have some fun with this.
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