“During the Adobe Max conference the company showed off eleven experimental projects, dubbed ‘Sneaks,'” Paul writes. “The showcase included a new audio editing feature called Project VoCo, which allows for ‘Photoshopping voiceovers.'”
“VoCo allows you to take a piece of audio and manipulate it in a number of ways just by editing text,” Paul writes. “You can rearrange words to change a sentence, or even insert words that weren’t said in the original recording.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Political ad producers are salivating like St. Bernards.