Adobe's "Project VoCo" Software Will Let You Photoshop Voice Recordings
Using the speaker’s own voice to produce new words.
At this year’s Adobe Max conference in San Diego, California, developers unveiled a sophisticated audio software that is currently in the works called “Project VoCo.” The technology which the company describes as “Photoshop for audio” will presumably allow users to alter 20-minute voice recordings. It’s important to mention that this software can spookily generate new words using the speaker’s own voice. All one has to do is “simply type in the word or words that you would like to change or insert into the voiceover. The algorithm does the rest and makes it sound like the original speaker said those words,” Adobe professed.
Watch Adobe developer Zeyu Jin demonstrate Project VoCo below and then let us know your thoughts.
- Fast Company