Does anyone know how to make music sound low and deep, more than -4 keys lower?

Discussion in 'Technical Support' started by tom_mai78101, Dec 9, 2009.

  1. tom_mai78101

    tom_mai78101 The Helper Connoisseur / Ex-MineCraft Host Staff Member

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    I use Realtek Hi-Def Audio.

    In it, there's a settings that lets you set the pitch hi or low by 4 steps (I think it's called keys...not sure.)

    Is there any other ways you can make the sounds much much lower?

    It's like making a female's voice (while singing) sound like a male's voice singing the same song. Since many popular songs are mostly sung by female artists, why not make them sound like male artists and we could enjoy the same thing?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. codemonkey

    codemonkey Code monkey not crazy, just proud.

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    This is so terribly sexist. :thdown:
     
  3. Jimpy

    Jimpy The Invisible Observer

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    I agree, you aren't sure. 4 steps and keys are both the wrong terms. :p I think you mean tones/semi tones, which would be the equivalent of dropping the note on a piano by 4 keys.

    Pitch multiplication stretching would do it, though I'm unsure if your realtek audio driver does that. In English that means dropping the note without altering the length of the audio file.

    Its an easy switch if you have software with the stretching options, but you will be altering the pitch of the rest of the song as well, drums, guitars, accompaniment etc etc, and its not really a female to male voice converter. It just sounds like an altered female voice.

    If you just need a song or two dropped down I'd be happy to help, though if you want to find something that lets you do it yourself, I can point you in the right direction.
     
  4. Tru_Power22

    Tru_Power22 You can change this now in User CP.

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  5. tom_mai78101

    tom_mai78101 The Helper Connoisseur / Ex-MineCraft Host Staff Member

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    It's...just an example. :(

    I wanted to find a software that lets me stretch the pitch in real-time, like the Realtek HD Audio Manager.

    I already have that. I just need something that does the job in real-time.
     
  6. Vicboy

    Vicboy Ultra Cool Member

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    Yeah. See that thing called Karaoke? Below it, you can lower it up to 4.

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  7. tom_mai78101

    tom_mai78101 The Helper Connoisseur / Ex-MineCraft Host Staff Member

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    This is why I want to go more than just 4...it's in the topic...
     
  8. Jimpy

    Jimpy The Invisible Observer

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    If your realtek driver doesn't have what you want, you can likely alter your audio inputs/outputs and reroute the output into some sort of mixer where you can then apply a pitch shift.

    First thing to do would be find out where you can alter the audio in/outs. Then find software with real time pitch editing. As much as I dislike audacity, it probably can do the above said.
     
  9. tom_mai78101

    tom_mai78101 The Helper Connoisseur / Ex-MineCraft Host Staff Member

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    I see then. Thank you for your answers. :)
     
  10. Jimpy

    Jimpy The Invisible Observer

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    Any Digital audio workstation (DAW) should be able to have audio output directed through it. Things like Reason, Cubase, Fruityloops. They all have full octave pitch shifts easily available and workable too as well as the apropriate audio input options.
     
  11. tom_mai78101

    tom_mai78101 The Helper Connoisseur / Ex-MineCraft Host Staff Member

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    Thanks! Will try.
     

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