Real-time voice changer that works with any application and comes equipped with an extensive collection of voices and ambient effects
|Updated||October 3 2019|
Voicemod N/A N/A
|Crack Size||22 MB|
|Systems||Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10 64 bit|
Voice changers can be a lot of fun, whether you are a streamer looking to add something new to your broadcast or you just want to freak out your friends in voice chat.
Voicemod is a user-friendly program that should work with any streaming platform or chat application, enabling you to change the way you sound using a number of audio effects. It is very easy to set up, even for novices.
The application was designed to be as intuitive as possible, and it even includes a short guide to help out first-time users. Once you have selected the preferred input and output devices, you need to restart your PC for the changes to take effect.
It is important to note that the application is optimized to work with certain sample rates, so you may need to change your microphone’s settings to ensure everything functions correctly. Thankfully, a video tutorial available to assist you.
When it comes to the actual voice effects, you certainly have lots to choose from. They are all very well made, and some of them even come with ambient sounds that can help create a more realistic setting.
You can enable or disable the voice changer at any time, as well as listen to the microphone feed to get an idea of what you sound like.
Aside from turning the voice changer on or off, hotkeys can even be used to activate specific voices, so it is very easy to switch between them at a moment’s notice. However, the only modifiers that can be used for keyboard shortcuts are Ctrl and Shift.
To sum up, Voicemod Crack is a great application for both streamers and users who want to mess with their friends in voice chat. It comes with a wide array of sound effects, and it can be set up with very little effort.
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