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AV Voice Changer Software, Always a Nice Voice Changer Tool for Endless Fun

Hochiminh, Vietnam, March 01, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Audio4fun.com recently announced the release of version 7.0 for their Voice Changer Software Program. Twelve years ago, AV Voice Changer Software was first introduced as an innovative software tool for voice alteration. Since then it has become the premiere program on audio4fun.com and has secured its role as an endless-fun tool for its users. After the initial version 3.0, which only used a “hook” technique to interact with various audio streams on PCs, the most recent version (7.0) features a new “Virtual Driver.” This latest innovation is the result of Audio4fun’s commitment to developing and improving innovations in the audio and video that can be altered and manipulated in real time, while keeping up with operating system changes and other technological advancements, including program algorithms that use less space, run faster and with more user control than ever.

Currently AV Voice Changer Software helps its users to change their voices in real-time chatting via popular VoIP programs such as Skype, Yahoo, MSN and Google Talk. It is also capable of working with various web apps such as Vyew.com, Dim Dim Webinar, IMO.im, TokBox, YuuGuu, etc. Moreover, in role-playing games, it provides gamers with a greater realistic experience. For example, a teenage boy with a high voice can sound more warrior-like when playing as a Clan leader in WOW. Or if playing a new female magic-user, she could sound more alluring and interesting to her party members and have a better chance at persuading new members to share more loot. These are just a few of the fun side affects capabilities of AV Voice Changer Software.

In a more professional aspect, Voice Changer Software is useful for DJs and music composers when they desire to create beautiful and unique remixes, thanks to the program’s ability to diversify the pitch and timbre parameters of any audio file. AV’s Virtual Audio Driver integrates effortlessly into most professional audio/video editors, including Adobe Audition, Sony Sound Forge, Reaper, Camtasia and Corel Video Studio. Voice Changer Software was recently acknowledged for fully supporting online broadcasting through the proper application of voice and audio effects when airing in real time.

Keep in mind that no matter how many voice changer tools have been introduced to the market, Audio4fun’s AV Voice Changer Software with its strong commitment to innovation and excellence will continue to lead the market in order to keep the tool an "irreplaceable assistant" for users and professionals alike.

Contact Information:
AVSoft Corp.
Tracy Nguyen
+84-8-6290-9985
Contact via Email
http://www.audio4fun.com
232/17 Vo Thi Sau Str., Ward 7, Dist. 3 Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam

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