Change your voice in real time
Online video games of the likes of Fortnite, Overwatch or PUBG not only allow us to play multiplayer matches but, with the appropriate equipment, we can also communicate with the rest of players by simply speaking out loud. Voicemod is a voice changing program aimed at gamers and online video games that's also capable of working together with other software such as TeamSpeak or Discord.
A real-time voice changer
This software is basically a sound console that can modulate our voice in real time. With a simple hotkey combination that can be easily configured, we can load any sound in MP3 or WAV format to modify our voice as we speak into the microphone.
These are the main features offered in this program:
- Real-time voice changer without needing to resort to playbacks.
- Over 40 different voices and new ones added on a regular basis.
- Tool to allow us to create our very own voices.
- Simple integration.
- Sound transformation tools for both audio and video files.
- Optimized for low-end computers.
And as you've just read, there's no need to simply stick to the voices incorporated by default: you can create your own ones thanks to its editor and store them to use them whenever you fancy. You can also download new sounds.
What programs are compatible with Voicemod?
Can we use it in Fortnite? And what about Counter-Strike? How about using it for a phone prank? Yes, you can use it in your games, in your phone calls, for your live video streams, in messaging apps, in VoIP call apps, in video chat apps, in makeup and beauty apps... In other words, it's perfect for you if you're a gamer, a youtuber or both things at once. In fact, it's compatible with the following list of programs:
It also offers its SDK to developers so that anyone can download it freely and implement its functions on their applications. Without a doubt, an excellent program that will make your online games, your phone calls or your video edits much more fun and entertaining. And without requiring any audio editing knowledge.
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