2022-12-15 (Th) Gravy Shock Recording room setup

I thought about the voices I do for Gravy Shock, and one of them is tough on my throat, so I bought a Zoom V3 sound processor, usually used by singers. There are options for some helpful modifications like pitch changing and character alterations. I could do the effects in post-processing, but hearing myself in real-time gives a more visceral sensation. I spent the evening testing its viability for voice acting, and I am happy with its quality. One pleasant surprise was that it could act as a USB sound device, and I won't lose sound quality by going to another converter.
New voice processor

Files on GitHub.
Interactive 3D houseboat model.

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