Parody Mixer

Parody Mixer allows you to mix different voices together to create a new voice, to mimic the voice of a certain person and save the voice for later use. You can mix up to 4 different voices chosen from the built-in list. A voice made by Parody Mixer is called a parody.

Below is the explanations for each control on the Parody Mixer pane.

Fig 02 - Parody Mixer graph [Main panel]

The Parody Mixer graph allows user to mix up to four different parodies (called source parodies) to make one unique parody output.

Move the pointer around the graph to mix the four source parodies. The position of the pointer on the graph indicates the mixing formula of the result. The percentage of use of a source parody in the mix is indicated by the number (3) below/above its name (2).

If the pointer is at the corner of a certain source parody on the graph where its mixing percentage is 100%, the result parody is totally similar to that source.

If you want to change source parodies, click on the down arrow (4) next to the its name. A popup menu with four parody options will be shown. By default, the four source parodies are Female_Celebrity, Male_Celebrity, Female_Politician, Male_Politician. You can change the options in this menu by specify the parodies you want to use with Parody Maker.

Click the Reset button to bring the pointer to its initial position (the center of the Parody Mixer graph).

Saves the current settings of the Parody Mixer graph into a file for later use.

When you click on this button, the Open dialog box will be shown immediately. Specify the file from your hard disk, and click Open.

The file when loaded into use can be changed if you make any change on the Mixer graph. To avoid making unwanted changes on the file, check the Open as read-only checkbox in the Open dialog box.

How to use Parody Mixer?

Notes:

The Parody file format is PVC.