A new feature in Spaces is being prepared by the social network Twitter, which is trying to make it platform its as attractive as possible to its users.
Twitter is currently working on a " Voice Transformer , A voice control feature for Spaces, the live voice chat service that was released to more users in May.
"Voice Transformer" will provide many effects to users to change the sound of their voice as they engage in conversations on Spaces, which could make their conversations more fun or may be used by people who do not like the sound of their voice.
Spaces are public, so anyone can join as a listener, including people who do not follow you. Listeners can be invited directly to a Space via DM when a user sends them a link, when a link is posted or when they share a link with others. A Space can be attended by up to 11 people (including the host), who can speak at any time.
The feature, first identified by the application researcher Jane Manchun Wong, handles voices by adjusting pitch or adding echo. The MacRumors rate, Steve moser then revealed the full list of sound effects that will be available in Spaces.
These include Bee, Cartoon, Helium, Incognito, Karaoke, Microphone, Phone, Spatial, Stadium and Stage.
It is unclear when Voice Transformer will be available for use by the chatting public at Spaces, but the code related to the feature is already included in the latest version of Twitter for mobile, so it should not be too far away.