Changing the pitch of your voice is good for simulating different environments and characters. For example, imagine star wars. Every creature has a different way of speaking. Some have really deep voices, other really high pitched voices. To create that naturally would be difficult. So instead we let technology help us out. Today we go over how to create a high/low pitch voice in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
How to Create a High/Low Pitch Voice in Adobe Premiere Pro CC
- Have an audio clip in a sequence ready to be edited.
- Go into effects and search for “pitch shifter”. Make sure it’s not the (Obsolete) one.
- Drag the Pitch Shifter onto the audio.
- Go up to Effect Controls and find the Pitch Shifter.
- Click on the edit button to bring up the menu.
- Adjust the semi-tones and cents to create the shift you want. Higher values equal higher voice, lower values lower voice. Note: semi-tones = 100 cents.
- Make sure to change the Precision to High Precision.
- To animate this effect, go back to effect controls, drop down the Individual Parameters and turn on the Transpose Ratio stopwatch. Higher values equal higher voice, lower values lower voice.
That’s it for this effect. It’s really easy to do in Premiere Pro. From here you can add other audio effects to build whatever voice you want.
If you have any questions or comments, leave them in the comment section below, or on the video itself!