I use my phone to record my Skype conversations.
Now I need to convince Skype to change its default voice recognition algorithm to something more human-like.
The Skype default voice mode is “native,” which means it will mimic human speech.
That means you can use your phone as a normal voice recorder.
You can also record yourself saying things that are natural to you, like “I love my kids” and “I am tired of being a zombie.”
But if you want to capture a recording of yourself saying “I’m so sorry,” you have to change Skype’s default voice settings.
Here’s how to do that.
Before we dive into how to change the default voice, let’s first make sure we’re using the latest Skype SDK version.
If you haven’t already, you can get it here: http://www.skype.com/sdk/windows/skype-tools/update.aspx If you don’t have it, you’ll need to download it.
You’ll also need to set Skype up to send you the new voice recognition code when you send a video call or send a text message.
If this doesn’t work for you, you may also need a special version of Skype that works with your phone, like the one you can find on Microsoft’s website: https://support.skyperware.com