How to Remix Songs with a Minions Voice Changer

So you want to know how to remix your favorite songs with the Minions’ voice, huh? Of course you do! With the new Minions: The Rise of Gru movie finally out and breaking box office records, it’s clear that Minionese fandom is at an all-time high, with people learning how to speak like a Minion, dressing like Minions, and now, thanks to our free real-time voice changer, singing their favorite songs like Minions. 


Whether it be the Minions “Papaya” song, the Minions “Birthday Song,” or their festive “Christmas” song, the world can’t seem to get enough of all the catchy Minions YouTube songs out there. And that’s why we remixed the “Jiggle Jiggle” song using our Minions voice changer. Take a look at our viral “Banana Don’t Jiggle Jiggle” TikTok video to hear for yourself why everyone is going bananas over this Minions remix:


@voicemod Banana don't Jiggle Jiggle #Minions #minionsriseofgru #minionssong #jigglejiggle #Voicemod #fypシ #TiktokUsa ♬ Banana Dont Jiggle Jiggle – Voicemod 🎙


Like what you hear? Add “Banana Don’t Jiggle Jiggle”  to Voicemod by downloading it from Tuna. Want to know how you can remix your own Minions songs using our voice changer? You got it! Take a look at the easy steps to creating minions songs below. 

How to Do a Minions Remix with Voicemod

You’re going to need two things to create your Minions song: Audacity and Voicemod–both of which are free to download. Once you download Voicemod and get it set up on your PC, head into the Voicebox feature, where you’ll find our Custom Pitch voice. When you’re there, just follow these steps to start singing like a Minion:


@voicemod Making “Banana Jiggle Jiggle” our 2022 anthem 🍌🔥🎶 #minion #minions #minionsriseofgru #moneydontjiggle #voicemod #song #remix #tiktokusa #fypage ♬ Banana Dont Jiggle Jiggle – Voicemod 🎙


  1. Raise the Pitch on Custom Pitch until you think you’ve nailed your Minion voice.  Be sure to take note of the number you set the Pitch at! Let’s say you started at 50 and increased to 75. You would then write down that you increased the pitch by 25%.
  2. Pick the instrumental version of the song you want to “Minionize.” Open it in Audacity and then drop its pitch by exactly the same amount you increased it in Voicemod (25% in our example). You can do that in Effect—>Change Pitch. Put that number in the “Percent Change” field and click OK.
  3. Keep Audacity open and, on a new track, record your vocals using both the dropped track as reference for the key and the Custom Pitch voice in Voicemod. Be sure to select the Voicemod Virtual Microphone as your input in Audacity!
  4. Once you’re done recording, bring the original track back to its original pitch and voila! A Minion star is born.


💡Pro Tip: We recommend doing this without hearing your voice. Just disable the “Hear Myself” option in the Voicemod app and you’re good to go.


Create Your Own Minions Song 

There you have it: How to remix songs with a Minions voice changer. Have a blast singing along to your favorite tunes with your new Minion voice. And be sure to tag us on social media so that we can get it on the fun. Hasta la papaya!

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