Which voice editing software

Hello Everyone,
I need some help and I hope i find it here Silly
I liked the work of someone on YouTube, he is Moroccan, he actually Change people voices speak normally to singer voices... (watch the video to understand what i mean)

I want to know what is the program used by because I want to become like him and make some video to Tunisian people fo fun Blush

Thanks and sorry for my bad english..

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So far, computers have been bad singers.
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Used wisely can be good.

Some people want the T-Pain sound which is awful. Some free DAWs have this available but I've never tried it.

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Audacity or camtasia

You can use Audacity or camtasia studio, windows movie maker. Audacity is only audio and with camtasia studio you can edit video and audio.

Post was last edited on October 18, 2015 12:25 AM PDT

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I've yet to see Audacity and those titles to change voice to singing. What tutorial is out there for those apps to do this?

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Suggestion only.


You could try the WavePad. Let you change, edit voices and other recorded audio.
Otherwise, you may check the Voxal Voice Change software.

Hope this helps.
Have a nice day!

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Does not seem to meet the OP's goals.

"Typical Audio Editing Applications

Trim sound bites out of longer audio files
Reduce vocals from a music track
Cut together audio for radio broadcasts or podcasts
Save files for your iPod, PSP or other portable devices
Create ringtones from music files or recordings
Record voiceovers for multimedia projects
Restore audio files by removing noise, hissing or hums
Normalize the level of audio files "

The Original Poster asked for "Change people voices speak normally to singer voices" which AutoTune sounds to be a lot closer.

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