Now that you have successfully run your first test session, it is time to simulate some real-life scenarios by adding some voice effects to your recordings. Again, head over to the Voice Wizard and select the Voice Effects option.
There are various effects available:
adding background noise
simulating bad network connection
simulating low bandwidth
simulating low or high volume
and more …
the audio files to apply the effect to with the Voice Wizard File/Folder Selection link
the audio effect with the dropdown provided
the output file prefix
the folder to place the resulting audio files to
Then click the Apply Voice Effects button to start the processing jobs.
You will see a confirmation message when the voice effects are being applied.
You can see the status of the job in the list below, and can listen to the resulting audio files with the effects applied.
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