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ST. PETERSBURG, Russia,
December 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
i-Free has announced the release of a new product:Hero Voicer, a voice-changing PC program that also adds background sounds and special effects.
With its contemporary design and neat interface, Hero Voicer can be quickly adjusted to work with any software, from online games to voice chat-rooms.
Hero Voicer, i-Free's latest addition to its innovative high-tech product line for the mass market, is now available commercially and released as a beta.
Hero Voicer represents a new milestone for i-Free since launching its voice changing mobile app MadCall.me, in 2012. MadCall.me, which was unmatched when it came out, modified the caller's voice in real time, and quickly won user acclaim. Building on this success and its sound change competencies, i-Free has further perfected the solution that underlies the app.
Hero Voicer is a PC voice-changing software for video and audio chat-rooms, online games and other services. The new product targets a wide audience, from gamers and audio-chatters to users of online conferencing facilities.
Using preset filters, Hero Voicer users can significantly alter the timbre, pitch and tone of their voice. Users can also use custom settings to create new filters or modify the existing ones.
The beta version of Hero Voicer, which is currently on the market, comes with 10 voices: Artificial Intelligence, Alien, Droid Assistant, Space Marine, Elf, Fairy, Orc, Zombie, Radio and Pony. There are several background sound options to choose from: City, Forest, Hell, Lounge, Military March, Orc Drums, etc.
Hero Voicer works with games that offer the VoIP voice communication option. Its modern design and convenient interface make Hero Voicer easily adjustable to a wide variety of software products, such as Skype, Hangouts, RaidCall, Teamspeak, Ventrillo, or Dolby Axon.