Adobe Launches Voice-Synthesizing Technology

Adobe Launches Voice-Synthesizing Technology

Project VoCo provides precise control over audio, even synthesizing spoken word to accuratly emulate a person's voice

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 11 november 2016

Similar to the way Photoshop ushered in a new era of photo manipulation, software giant Adobe is hoping to do the same thing for audio with its latest entry dubbed Project VoCo. Beyond the normative speech editing and noise-cancellation abilities present in much of today’s audio-based software, Project VoCo can reportedly insert words someone never said using voice-synthesizing technology which interprets the makeup of one’s voice and produces new words with the same tone, pitch and overall style using.

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