Adobe Developing ‘Photoshop for Audio’ Software

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Jennifer Polixenni Brankin/Getty Images

Adobe is working on a “Photoshop for audio” program that could allow users to twist a person’s words using a recording of their voice and sneakily edit a conversation into something entirely different.

“Like Photoshop, Project VoCo is designed to be a state-of-the-art audio editing application. Beyond your standard speech editing and noise-cancellation features, Project VoCo can also apparently generate new words using a speaker’s recorded voice,” reports the Verge. “Essentially, the software can understand the makeup of a person’s voice and replicate it, so long as there’s about 20 minutes of recorded speech.”

“When recording voiceovers, dialog, and narration, people would often like to change or insert a word or a few words due to either a mistake they made or simply because they would like to change part of the narrative,” Adobe explained in a statement. “We have developed a technology called Project VoCo in which you can simply type in the word or words that you would like to change or insert into the voiceover. The algorithm does the rest and makes it sound like the original speaker said those words.”

It is unknown as to when the software will become available to the public.

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