Ice-T is the dwelling definition of the fashionable multi–hyphenate.
As an artist, he has encompassed Hip-Hop, rock, appearing, industrial endorsements, enterprise and extra. Now, the gangsta mogul is trying decidedly into the longer term with a brand new know-how that enables one to clone their views for a myriad of makes use of.
My Legacy Voice is “legacy administration service” that shops and protects audio in order that it could later create a cloned model of the individual’s voice for family members and household.
Ice-T, who has an unspecified stake within the firm, stated it’s good for him.
“They will clone your voice they usually can use it for various functions. You possibly can clone it in order that in a while in life your children can hear you speak,” he instructed AllHipHop. “Say they need me to do a voiceover for an animation or one thing like that. They will take the vocal clone and use it as an alternative of you truly having to be there.”
Ice admitted My Legacy Voice shouldn’t be fairly prepared for all of his abilities.
“Now, it could’t rap but. It might probably’t sing but, nevertheless it talks,” he stated. The pioneering rapper admitted that he wanted some convincing when contemplating including My Legacy Voice to his rising enterprise portfolio.
“So, I’m listening to this pitch and I’m like, “Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.” In all probability nonetheless not that dope, however they clone my voice, Chuck. They used my interviews in other places. They’d heard me speak they usually despatched again a clone of my voice.”
Ice stated that he’s already open to utilizing it in a few of his Hollywood ventures.
Ice-T stated, “I used to be on ‘Rick and Morty’ and I used to be in Europe, they usually had been doing an animated factor on me they usually needed my voice, however I used to be unavailable. I may’ve despatched the clone.”
Take a look at extra on Ice-T’s ideas on vocal cloning, his newest enterprise ventures, Hip-Hop, Kanye West and quite a lot of different subjects on this unique interview with AHH’s Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur.
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