Change you voice with Skype Voice Changer

This is more about demonstrating a clever technology than providing a genuinely useful service. With that in mind, it’s certainly fun to play about with.

Skype Voice Changer is based on the numerous applications that are available to artificially alter voices. Some of us have tried out such tools before, while many of us have encountered them in the form of special effects or, most memorably and horrifically, in a certain teenage girl’s song about her favorite day of the week that caused a storm on YouTube.

What’s different about this software is that it works in real time. Rather than take an entire recording and work its magic, it aims to alter your voice so quickly that you can hold a conversation with your chat partner hearing your distorted voice without any obvious delays.

The control set-up is simple but effective. You start by choosing from a range of pre-set filters and effects, then make the call on Skype. While talking, you can tweak features such as pitch and echo, with the changes taking immediate effect without you needing to restart the software or the call.

Frankly there will be few reasons why you’d want to use this regularly unless you are really into crank calls. That said, it’s certainly worth a look if you have an elderly relative who often wonders at “the things they can do with computers nowadays.”

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Apple iPad 2 is now delayed four to five weeks on its online store

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Customers who order an iPad 2 via Apple’s online store will need to wait between four to five weeks for their tablet to arrive.

While Apple has not yet released official sales figures for the iPad 2’s first weekend of release, a selected number of analysts feel the company will sell between 500,000 and 600,000 of the next-generation tablets. In a March 8 research note, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster predicted that the tablet will sell 1 million units faster than its first-generation predecessor, which took 28 days to reach that mark. Part of the reason for the quicker sales, he argued, is the iPad’s availability at a broader collection of retail stores.

On March 14, the iPad 2’s first day of wide release, eWEEK toured around three Apple stores in Manhattan and found similarly long lines at each. Across the country, Apple’s retail partners—including Best Buy, Walmart, Target, AT&T and Verizon—reported shortages and outright sellouts of the tablet.

Heading midway into its first week of release, Apple repeatedly pushed back the expected shipping date for online iPad 2 sales, from 2 to 3 weeks to nearly twice as long. Whether by intention or genuine inability to deal with a flood of orders, other Apple products have endured similar delays and pushbacks in launches past. Apple’s iPhone 4, for example, led to a meltdown of both Apple’s and AT&T’s ordering systems on the first day of presales, followed by the pushback of the preorder shipment date.

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