Audacity Darth Vader Voice
Audacity offers you many possibilities to change your voice. Whether it’s a ghost voice, for which we have already written a post, or maybe a chipmunk voice? The possibilities are endless. In this post we’ll look at how to create a Darth Vader voice in Audacity, and at the same time we’ll offer you Darth Vader Breathing as a download. So if you’re just looking for breathing, you can save yourself the work and jump straight to the download.
This is what you have to pay attention to with the Darth Vader voice in Audacity:
Our popular tip: Pay attention to the requirements. What does Darth Vader have? That’s right, a helmet. So you have to make sure that the voice doesn’t come out freely. There’s a kind of reverb inside the helmet. Also, the helmet makes the voice very muffled because it’s kind of plastic. With those basics, you have everything together to make the appropriate adjustments. But we also know that as a beginner it’s still hard to do. Therefore, here are the appropriate settings for you.
- Record your voice in Audacity
- Mark the area and go to “Effect” -> Change pitch
- Adjust the pitch individually. I use -20% as default at the bottom of the slider. Just try a little bit
- Go again to “Effect” -> Echo
- Set the delay to 0,005 seconds and click OK
- Do the same with your breathing
It’s that simple. Record your voice, adjust the settings, and you’ll sound like Darth Vader in Audacity. And the rest is taken care of by the download, so that you also have the right breathing. We wish you a lot of fun with your projects and let us know if we could help you! Good luck!
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