Voice Distortion

Voice Distortion - Voice Distortion ECE 3551 By Tom Krack...

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Voice Distortion ECE 3551 By Tom Krack For my project, I wanted to manipulate voice signals, partially because we have been working with the audio range of signals throughout the term and because it would be much easier to understand the effects of the code with real world results. Originally, I intended to be able to change a voice to sound like a different person (i.e. talk in a microphone and hear Darth Vader on the speakers), but after discussing the idea with Jacob I realized that this type of project was far beyond my abilities and beyond the scope of this class. I settled on simple distortion to mask the identity of a voice. This is accomplished by multiplying the voice by a sine wave. It seems overly simple, but to make the distorted signal intelligible the sine wave must be adjusted for the voice being modulated. Using GEL sliders for the amplitude and frequency of the sine wave solved this problem. GEL sliders allow changing selected variables during program execution. Now I can adjust the distortion while listening to the voice through the speakers and get a sense of the
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