How & should I recreate the megaphone effect on Wavepad?
Hi! You may have heard the megaphone sound effect on Tiktok and I thought it would be a cute effect to use on the first few phrases before the music intro in my podcast. 1) Do you think it's suitable or is it a little too much? 2) Is there any way I can recreate it using Wavepad? The closest preset to it is the telephone one, maybe there are some settings I could play around with on top of the telephone effect. Thanks in advance!
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