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#21 savant

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Posted 28 November 2005 - 12:28 PM

Despite the fact that the patch says 0.2, it is actually 0.2.1.  I was too lazy to update the filename.

Wow, voice scrambling is cool!  As soon as we get CDR logging in VoiceChangeDial, I will write ScrambleDial.  Thanks so much for that link.  Any other cool phreaking stuff you guys have up your sleaves that I could write in to Asterisk?

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Adding the ability to set cid within the application might be cool.

Also, in addition to sending a dropped or raised pitch, would it be feasable to also send an overdubbed inverse signal? example, if I'm making a dial at -3.0, it would be cool to also have it do a +3.0, so that you've got 2 voices at varying pitches speaking the exact same line. Think the da Vinci virus voiceover in hackers. Would that be too resource intensive?

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Posted 29 November 2005 - 01:16 AM

Anyone have a fix for this when using 64 bit processors? The C won't link to the c++ using -fpic

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Posted 30 November 2005 - 01:42 AM

Also, in addition to sending a dropped or raised pitch, would it be feasable to also send an overdubbed  inverse signal? example, if I'm making a dial at -3.0, it would be cool to also have it do a +3.0, so that you've got 2 voices at varying pitches speaking the exact same line. Think the da Vinci virus voiceover in hackers. Would that be too resource intensive?

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That will double the cost of the pitch conversion. I believe that mixing the two generated signals together will use almost no cpu. I will try this out and see what it sounds like.

Can anyone link me to more cool pages describing ways I can manipulate voice for your phreaking pleasure? ScrambleDial() is already in the works.

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Posted 30 November 2005 - 12:53 PM

Can anyone link me to more cool pages describing ways I can manipulate voice for your phreaking pleasure?  ScrambleDial() is already in the works.

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It's tricky to think of good links, but if you can think of a feature, we can probably track down some links for you.

Some crazy assed echo sure would be cool.

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Posted 30 November 2005 - 11:07 PM

Some crazy assed echo sure would be cool.

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Oh the irony...

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Posted 30 November 2005 - 11:37 PM

Oh the irony...

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#27 CrazyCall

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 05:17 PM

Despite the fact that the patch says 0.2, it is actually 0.2.1. I was too lazy to update the filename.

Wow, voice scrambling is cool! As soon as we get CDR logging in VoiceChangeDial, I will write ScrambleDial. Thanks so much for that link. Any other cool phreaking stuff you guys have up your sleaves that I could write in to Asterisk?


I put it all together voice changing and caller id spoofing it evaluable at www.crazycall.net

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 12:05 AM


Despite the fact that the patch says 0.2, it is actually 0.2.1. I was too lazy to update the filename.

Wow, voice scrambling is cool! As soon as we get CDR logging in VoiceChangeDial, I will write ScrambleDial. Thanks so much for that link. Any other cool phreaking stuff you guys have up your sleaves that I could write in to Asterisk?


I put it all together voice changing and caller id spoofing it evaluable at www.crazycall.net


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