E-Learning Voiceover and Narration
Nov 02, 2015
Hi Articulate Community!
Hope you all had a great Halloween! I am posting here on what I think is a long-shot, but figured it doesn't hurt to ask.
My situation is this: I am a one-man show and do most of my narration. I have examples with characters talking to each other, and currently use bubbles to show that they are talking to eachother. However, because I am required to narrate the course, I feel like suddenly having speech bubbles for characters is odd and out of place -- in particular I think the user might think there is something wrong with his/her audio.
Is there a voice-changing software out there that I can use to make my voice sound like a man's, or simply different without being too cartoony -- for example, I am trying to avoid "little girl" or "robot" voices.
Any and all feedback/suggestions are appreciated.