Adobe VoCo Can Let You Insert Audio Into Existing Recordings With Ease
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
Voice editing software is nothing new, we’ve been tweaking, cutting, pasting and more for many years now. However, you spend an hour with your team recording a podcast, and you fumble something up, what do you do? You can slip, cut, record, paste, or even re-do the whole thing, and it can be a bothersome process, and Adobe think they can go one better.
their new VoCo tool can allow you to change what you said with ease. The software just needs enough audio to scan to get a sense of a person’s voice, then you simply type (yes TYPE) what you wanted to say, and it’ll automagically change the sound of the recording. It’s not perfect, but the project is just a prototype at the moment, and it certainly got potential.
Of course, this does mean that you could literally put words in people’s mouths, with could be misused in a lot of situations, but could also be used to great comical effect too.
No word on a release date, but I can’t see any reason why Adobe wouldn’t integrate such a feature into a future version of their software suite.