Voctro Labs' four-person team will join the Voicemod operation with immediate effect, taking charge of the latter's R&D department.
The merger will integrate the two products, which both use machine learning to automatically modulate live mic streams, targeting content creators, livestreamers and video platforms.
Voctro Labs is best known for building the technology behind the first AI voice song on Spotify, sung by virtual AI Holly+, a clone of American composer Holly Herndon's voice. Holly+ can be accessed to retune any vocal audio file. Voctro Labs also provides a range of AI-based creative voice, music and audio technologies.
Jaime Bosch, Voicemod co-founder and CEO, said: "Voctrolabs acquisition is a huge step towards our vision unlocking new ways of expression for our users and enabling us to enter with a strong foot into the AI singing technology and vocal identities business."
Jordi Janer, CEO of Voctro Labs, added: "We are thrilled that Voctro Labs is joining forces with Voicemod to start a new chapter in the development of generative audio technologies.
" We are strongly aligned with Voicemod’s mission and believe that all our R&D efforts over the last 10 years will now have an entirely new dimension of impact.”
Voicemod's team says the deal is expected to enforce its position globally at a time when AI tech is evolving and solidifying its role with the end user.