Twitter is Testing New Vocal Effects Options for Spaces, Which Could Help to Reduce Speaker Anxiety
If you’re like everyone, you don’t particularly enjoy hearing your own voice in recordings and playback.
You always sound more nasal, higher-pitched – the voice you hear inside your head, which resonates around your bones and muscles, will always sound different to the one that you project. You just don’t know about it till you hear it played back, and that, for many, can be jarring, and can even make some hesitant to take part in interviews, or in more recent times, audio chats.
Which is where this might come in handy – Twitter is currently experimenting with a new set of voice-changing options for Twitter Spaces, which would enable you to filter your voice through a range of effects.