Fans of The Mandalorian have been flocking to Disney+ since season 3 premiered on March 1st. As one of the most popular series on Disney+, The Mandalorian has captured the hearts of Star Wars fans all over the world, and for good reason. With its unique blend of action, adventure, and heart, the show has become a beloved part of the Star Wars franchise.
Before we dive into how to sound like Din Djarin (Mando) with our real-time AI voice changer, let’s talk a little bit about what we can expect from Season 3 of The Mandalorian.
As of now, we don’t know too much about the upcoming season, as it only just came out on March 1st, with new episodes every Wednesday. But we do know that Pedro Pascal returns as the Mandalorian in this space western, alongside his trusty sidekick, Grogu. We’ll likely see some new characters and face some new challenges as the show continues to expand the Star Wars universe. Check out the trailer below if you haven’t yet seen it!
Now, let’s get down to business. If you’re looking to sound like Din Djarin, you’ll need to get your hands on a Mandalorian voice changer. One option that has people talking is the Mandalorian helmet from Disney. This voice-changing mask can make you sound like this legendary bounty hunter, with prerecorded phrases from Mando.
But did you know that you don’t need a helmet to sound like Din Djarin? With Voicemod’s real-time voice changer, you can do the perfect Mando impression in any Discord group or online voice chat.
Check out the Mando voice we created in Voicelab here or follow the simple steps below to do it yourself!
Follow these steps below to bring your Mando voice to life:
Download the Voicemod desktop app, set it up, and upgrade to a Voicemod Pro account so that you can access the Voicelab feature. That’s where we’ll be creating this voice from scratch.
Enable the “hear myself” and “voice changer” toggles at the bottom of the screen so that you can hear how your voice sounds as you create it. Head into the Voicelab to create your voice by adjusting these effects: PowerPitch, Resonator, Reverb, High Pass, and Low Pass. Check out the image below to see where you should set each effect.
Every voice is different, so feel free to play around with the different Voicelab effects until you get the perfect sound. Once you’re happy with your Mando voice, give it a title and click save in the top right corner. You can then access your new voice filter from the Voicebox feature! Assign a keybind to your voice to access it at the touch of the button whenever you want.
There you have it: How to do the Mandalorian voice with a real-time voice changer. Once you have your voice, feel free to share it with our community-created library of voices so that everyone can play around with your creation. Have a blast immersing yourself into the world of Star Wars by exploring all the voices and sounds in Voicemod.