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Naturally, it seems like I speak from my nose instead of the mouth. When I record my voice for online courses, it's even worse. I really hate my recorded voice.

The converted voice should not be very different from my natural voice! I just want to clean it: Not nasal! That is, I would like to change my voice a little.

I prefer an app working in Linux as it's my default operating system.

  • What kind of noise is it? There are hundreds of different noises. Can you provide a sample sound file? – Thomas Weller Aug 28 '15 at 12:15
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    In my case, using a better microphone helped much more than post processing by Software. – Thomas Weller Aug 28 '15 at 12:16
  • A better microphone does not make change in my voice. I want to change it a little! – mini Aug 30 '15 at 9:01
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There is software to do this, but it's pretty expensive.

If you're starting off you could get software like Audacity to do some basic audio (voice) manipulation because it's free.

Or if you have some cash to spend you could buy a program from this website. The price range is from 70 USD to 700 USD.

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If it is noise like the studio definition of noise (white noise etc.), you can try Audacity.

There is e.g. Effect / Noise removal which can help to reduce noise or Effect / Click removal.

  • Nope, It's not environmental noise! My natural voice is nasal! – mini Aug 30 '15 at 9:00

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