Nov. 21, 2006 – www.audio4fun.com (November 21, 2006) Small businesses take advantage of AV Voice Changer Software to produce different kinds of commercial sound clips, acknowledges AVnex Ltd.
“They create a lot of things with our voice changers”, says Helen Le- Sales& Marketing Manager. “Radio commercials, greetings, TV commercial voiceovers, business presentations, product demos, corporate pr events, voice mails, etc… are part of the long list”.
Good quality, versatility and affordability are quoted to be the reasons why the software, which scores more than a million downloads for all the editions on CNET, is preferred, especially by small businesses. You can download the software for free trial at http://www.download.com/AV-Voice-Changer-Software-Diamond-Edition/3000-2168_4-10597748.html?tag=lst-0-2
Beside the basic tool of voice changer, which effectively alters the timbre and pitch qualities of voices, AV Voice Changer Software also provides different types of equalizers, effect packages and a quality mp3 player and recorder.
For a closer look at the voice changing possibilities of the software, visit http://www.audio4fun.com/voice-effects-samples.htm For their cool free (for users only) voice and effect packages, visit http://www.audio4fun.com/nickvoices-effects.htm
“We understand that small businesses tend to do everything themselves rather than outsource”, adds Helen Le. “At the same time, they don’t want to compromise quality”.
“Our AV Voice Changer Software, which costs from $30 up to $100, presents itself as the perfect home recording studio.”
“And it provides you with good enhanced voices, morphed to your commercial purposes. For example you may want the voices to be morphed to the American accent rather than the original Asian accent”.
AVnex promotes audio and video software technologies and specializes in three core areas: Audio and Video Morphing Algorithms, Audio and Video Stream Interception, Audio and Video Real Time Effecting. Its range of innovative products is detailed at http://www.audio4fun.com
Author: Jimmy Tiep is a freelance journalist and copywriter. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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