I need to save me or other security some times for two usages (because of some political restrictions and problems via non liberal governments from religious parties or...):

  1. when I record the podcast

  2. calling for some media like TV or online radios (live contacts).

So I googled and find this link:

Can I change my voice into another person's voice through any software as is shown in movies?

which described some software like vocal free or DJ Voxchanger which was for IOS or Windows, so I have Linux Mint and Android 6 mobile phone, there was one app (Girl Prank Voice Changer).

So could you say, what is the proper app or software for these usages, which could not be recreating the main sound source?


  • I'm not going to close-vote this as I think there might be something here, but it's really unclear what you are asking. Can you please review the question and clarify what you need?
    – Mark
    Commented Oct 30, 2019 at 11:26
  • Added more details
    – user296115
    Commented Oct 30, 2019 at 21:16
  • Changing your voice is not going to be enough: - when you place a podcast online, it's usually traceable to you; - phone calls are traceable as well.
    – Hobbes
    Commented Oct 31, 2019 at 10:01

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OK so I would tend to approach this with a number of different plugins and functions, typically using pitch and formant change, bit-crushing, modulation. I would tend not to want to approach this with a single plugin as it would be easier for the powers-that-be to be able to reverse-engineer the sound. If you are creating a unique approach to this it will be harder to undo the effect.

  • Thanks for your information, so is there any module like python or ... Which be able running online during call to combine and ...
    – user296115
    Commented Nov 1, 2019 at 6:48
  • not that I am aware of.
    – Mark
    Commented Nov 1, 2019 at 8:25
  • MacOS has a tool called MenuBus which might assist you - this will allow you to use plugins on the normal operating system audio bus.
    – Mark
    Commented Nov 30, 2019 at 14:05

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