How To Use The Voice Changer On TikTok
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How To Use The Voice Changer On TikTok

Zoe Kramer November 14, 2022

It’s common knowledge that TikTok has pretty much taken the world by storm, but the app doesn’t seem content to rest on its laurels. New features are introduced regularly enough that it can be difficult to keep track of them all. One of the latest features TikTok has introduced is a new voice changer. There’s a lot of things it can be used for, whether you want to go for comedic effect or simply just want to hear how your voice sounds with various effects on it. Here’s how you can use this feature to modify your voice.

What is the new voice changer?

In the past, TikTok has already offered voice effects, so you may be wondering how the voice changer is different. Previous effects allowed you to do things like add an echo to your voice, or pitch it up to a chipmunk squeak. The new audio editing feature offers a dedicated place to modify the sound of your voice beyond just effects. You can use it to voice specific characters, or for a range of different purposes, and the result sounds pretty natural. The voice changer currently offers settings that include robot, helium, cat, flute, deep, and others.

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How to use it

The first step is to record your video as usual, and say something that you want to modify. Next, click the tick button to proceed to the next screen. Tap the ‘audio editing’ section and scroll through the 17 effects to select the one you want. Now you can listen to your altered voice by playing your video and decide whether you want to post it.

If the feature isn’t working, there are a few things that could be causing trouble. It’s worth noting that the voice changer feature does not work on video that is recorded outside of the TikTok app. Make sure your app is updated to the latest version of TikTok in order to run the effects. Otherwise, if you still don’t have access, it could be that TikTok hasn’t rolled out the feature for you yet. Most features on the app aren’t rolled out to everyone at once, so it could be that you just have to wait a while for the issue to be resolved.

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Zoe Kramer has been writing for GRV Media’s student-centric website Freshered since October 2022 and is now also contributing to HITC. She graduated from Cardiff University in 2022 with a BA in Journalism, Media and English Literature. During her time in university, she worked for her student newspaper as well as completing an internship with a book publisher. She has also written and continues to write book and theatre reviews. She is excited to now be pursuing a career as a journalist and learning something new every day. In particular, she loves writing about student life, books, the Internet, and travel. Originally from the United States, she is enjoying living abroad in the UK.