Talk like Bathsheba in The Conjuring movie

Do you still remember witch Bathsheba in The Conjuring movie? Follow us to make your voice sound like this scary witch and get your friends spooky on this Halloween.

This tutorial will guide you on how to change your voice while chatting in Skype, Yahoo, Google voice chat, online games and more, using AV Voice Changer Software Diamond.

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There are 4 steps to go:

STEP 1: BASIC VOICE CHANGING WITH TIMBRE AND PITCH GRAPH

Run VSCD8 >> Turn on Voice Morpher by clicking on Voice Morpher icon (1) or turn ON voice morpher graph (2).

Move the Pitch-Timbre pointer (3) on the Morpher graph to change your voice. Because of the difference of each voice, it would be better if you try to increase or decrease pitch and timbre parameter before deciding what is most like Bathsheba’s.

In my opinion, adjusting Pitch at 75% and Timbre at 133% like the below image, will make your voice sound most like Bathsheba’s.

 

Changing with Pitch and Timbre graph

Then, adjust the Advanced Tune slider (4) to improve the quality of the output. My personal choice is 78%.

 

STEP 2: IMPROVE YOUR VOICE WITH EQUALIZER

In Equalizer module at the bottom of main panel, click on Preset button (1) >> Choose Harsh (2).

Improve your output with Equalizer

STEP 3: APPLY EFFECTS TO ENHANCE YOUR VOICE OUTPUT

Click on Background Effects icon (1) >> Click on Turn On/Off Effects button (2) to activate the effects.

Check on Tibet in Mystic folder(3) to activate it.

Adjust the Volume slider to 32% (4).

 

Add Background Effects to enhance output quality

 

Click OK button (5) to close the dialog.

STEP 4: SAVE "NICKVOICE"

Click on Save button (1) >> Choose the location where the file will be saved >> Click Save button (2).

Save "nickvoice"

Click here to learn how to load your pre-saved nickvoice.

To download Bathsheba’s nickvoice, click here.

To learn how to use your nickvoice, click here.

For more free nickvoice packages, click here.

Source: www.audio4fun.com