STEP 1.Open up Audacity and make sure your project rate (Hz) is 8000, and Make sure that in your microphone settings in audacity (the top) has Stereo set to Mono.
Make sure your voice is this when recording your voice (Playtime's voice but unedited)
STEP 2.If you have any background noise, select that background noise you want to get rid of, Click Effects > Noise Reduction > Get Noise Profile and then Press CTRL+R. (Make sure the Noise Reduction is 24 db, and Sensitivity is 6)
STEP 3.Follow the Effects from Top to Bottom.
Distortion (Soft Overdrive, Distortion Amount is 100, Output Level is 50, Apply 2 times.)
Change Pitch (Percent Change is 10)
Paulstretch (Stretch Factor is 1, Time Resolution is 0.08)
And there you go, your own accurate playtime voice!