Tagged: PureData

Downloads for my app Voice Jammer have shot up over the last few days, most likely due to the use of a similar app in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oU9EGeMP5n4, So I’ve decided to resurrect the project.

Unfortunately I didn’t have the source code up to date and only had an old, not working version of it, because when I updated to windows 8, the skydrive app refused to upload changes, then my computer died, losing all the new stuff. I managed to extract the source code from the published apk and get the app back to where it used to be, which is a big step.  Now I plan to fix the problem with accessing the menu on newer devices without a menu button (which I honestly think is a stupid change, I preferred the [back] [home] [search] [menu] buttons to the [back] [home] [recent apps] buttons, which are mostly all for navigation and not for utility)

Once my dev phone is charged up I’ll be able to release the updated version and hopefully escape the wrath of angry users unable to access the menu.

Stay tuned.

 

Voice Jammer Logo

Try to talk while hearing your own voice at a slight delay!

 

The Voice Jammer adds a slight delay to the your voice which causes many people to stutter and stumble over their words and ‘jam’ their voice.

This a project I decided to make after hearing about a megaphone shaped device that does the same thing. I found PureData, an audio synthesis API tool that helped me create a delay in audio recording playback which resulted in stuttered speech, and we’re not just talking speech replayed with a stutter, it literally makes you stutter, due to how our brains work somehow. I’m not sure why it works, but I do know the results are hilarious.

You can get the app here from Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dreigon.voicejammer&hl=en