adjusting the pitch in voice over

  jack 20:41 29 Jan 07
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I am in the throws of running recording voice over tests for a slide show presentation, in preparation for the true speaker to make a recording on Saturday.
I have made a recording in Audacity, and again in the native V/O facility in the slide show program.

My voice which is what might be called a low tenor is coming out like 'Pinky' or was it Perky' or a deep sea diver on Helium seemingly highly compressed.

The true narrator is a lady so what she will come out like I cannot begin to imagine,
So far I have not figured out hoe to adjust.
The Slideshow gives no adjustment at all- just press the tit and go.
Audacity has plenty of tools but I have yet to figure which will lower the pitch.
Any one done this sort of thing can help?

  STREETWORK 21:53 29 Jan 07

Try and go into the effect menu and see if there is an option to alter the voice...

  jack 14:04 31 Jan 07

Streetwork
Thats the place to go- I am currently speaking from the depths of my boots - but it now matter of adjustment
Thank you

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