Using Audacity – How To Deepen Voice In A Song?

Using Audacity, how can I make the singer’s voice sound deeper?

I’m trying to make the song ‘Fashion’ by Lady Gaga sound like a man, but the only way I know how is by highlighting everything and then clicking Edit Pitch. But, that deepens the music as well, when I only want the VOICE to deepen.

How can I do that? Thanks.

? Favorite Answer

  • Sorry, you can’t.

    The only way it’s possible is if the vocal is on a separate track as in the original multi-track studio recording.

    It can’t be separated or isolated from a pre-mixed stereo track.

    It’s either all or nothing.

    Source(s): Audio engineer.

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