Avatar your… VOICE

Speaking in public, in front of classmates or for recorded audio reports can be a pain for students.

Because they are already accustomed to “avatarizing” themself on social networks and media, voice morphing is another turnaround for our shy-ones, both helping bridge the difficulty of speaking out loud, and gamify our classrooms…


… for free !

Fiddling with voice parameters will definitely help students feel more confident and even be talkative… a hit in language class ! 😉


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