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December 29th, 2017, 18:27
Hey folks,

I'm wondering if anyone here has used and had success using a voice changing software for fleshing out NPCs on Discord. I've used one for fun over a decade ago while reading in MMOs with friends.
I'm going to be DM'n a campaign in a month with friends using Discord, but I'm not too good at changing my voice while talking.

Hoping there is a solution where I can save presets for NPCs to use.

Thanks in advance!

December 29th, 2017, 18:29
I've used MorphVOXPro pretty successfully. http://screamingbee.com/

December 29th, 2017, 18:45
I've used MorphVOXPro pretty successfully. http://screamingbee.com/

Thanks for the quick reply, are you able to create presets before sessions and pop them when you need?

December 29th, 2017, 18:49
are you able to create presets before sessions and pop them when you need?
Yep, that's exactly what I did - fine tuned the ones that came with a voice pack and saved them. Then you can switch between the different voices through the interface.

December 29th, 2017, 18:58
Yep, that's exactly what I did - fine tuned the ones that came with a voice pack and saved them. Then you can switch between the different voices through the interface.

You Rock! This community is amazing.
Thanks much!

December 29th, 2017, 19:03
No worries.

There's a 7 day trial on MorphVOXPro - give it a go!

December 29th, 2017, 22:06
You Rock! This community is amazing.
Thanks much!
It helps that we have our resident AI (T.R.E.N.L.O.E)!

December 29th, 2017, 23:36
I've used MorphVox Pro. For male voices, I (a guy) can use just about any of the male presets and have good results. The female versions of my voice are more difficult to produce - a lot of them still seem to sound like me. Maybe it is just my speech patterns that I recognize. I think that the way to do a voice of the opposite gender is to try to put yourself in character, increase the pitch of your voice slightly, and maybe change the cadence a bit, and THEN apply the preset.

@ Trenloe, do you have any luck with female voices? Any other tips?

December 30th, 2017, 01:39
@ Trenloe, do you have any luck with female voices? Any other tips?
You pretty much have to try to talk in character as well - certainly change your usual speech patterns. I had some OK results with female voices - just took a bit if fiddling with the settings.

December 30th, 2017, 03:22
Just purchased this for $20, sale I guess and an addon. Already created 4 voices for my ToA campaign. This thing is awesome!

December 30th, 2017, 13:43
So do you speak live, and it changes your voice real-time, or do you have to pre-record stuff?

December 30th, 2017, 14:03
So do you speak live, and it changes your voice real-time, or do you have to pre-record stuff?

Realtime ;)

December 30th, 2017, 14:05
Realtime ;)

That's awesome. I'm going to try the demo out, and probably buy the software after :)

December 30th, 2017, 14:09
Questions, questions, questions... this sounds interesting... but so many questions.

The OP asked about something that works with discord... does MorphVOX Pro work with the other popular apps? (Teamspeak, Mumble, Skype,...)

Were any of the Plugins / addons required to make it useful? Helpful to make it useful?

December 30th, 2017, 15:41
Questions, questions, questions... this sounds interesting... but so many questions.

The OP asked about something that works with discord... does MorphVOX Pro work with the other popular apps? (Teamspeak, Mumble, Skype,...)

Were any of the Plugins / addons required to make it useful? Helpful to make it useful?

I use Teamspeak for my gaming session, I can use MorphVoxPro to change my voice live without any problems.

I have also (and I believe Trenloe does as well) use it to record little snippets of speech, which I then incorporate with Deluxe Oz's sound extension, allowing me to play an NPCs speech etc.

December 30th, 2017, 16:02
MorphVOXPro changes your voice realtime, and you can switch between previously setup voices (or canned voices supplied in packs) as you want. It adds a device to your computer (appears as a recording/mic device) which you select as the input to your chosen voice app (TeamSpeak, Discord, whatever). Then you just speak in your chosen voice profile and it gets sent to the voice app. You can setup a neutral profile, so you can speak in your own voice.

December 31st, 2017, 04:09
I use Teamspeak for my gaming session, I can use MorphVoxPro to change my voice live without any problems.

I have also (and I believe Trenloe does as well) use it to record little snippets of speech, which I then incorporate with Deluxe Oz's sound extension, allowing me to play an NPCs speech etc.

What do I need to record dialogue then how do I push it through my Discord session? This will be great to get it set up beforehand for NPC dialogue.

I really like MorphVox, it is definitely worth the 20$ atm.

December 31st, 2017, 06:31
What do I need to record dialogue then how do I push it through my Discord session? This will be great to get it set up beforehand for NPC dialogue.

I really like MorphVox, it is definitely worth the 20$ atm.

There's an option on MorphVox to record to a soundfile. You can then use Deluxe Oz's sound extension to send sound (including the sound file) to your players. It's a free extension. You'll have to learn to use it. A word to the wise, when you use the extension make sure you enable sound on FG!!

So I thought about starting a new thread, but rather than separate it, I'll add something I'm reviewing now to this conversation. To begin, I realize the price might be prohibitive to many, I just like to track everything that is available and I found something that was new to me. See below:

If anyone is interested in adding voice changing to your DM repertoire, I am currently testing a couple products that seem VERY promising so far. They give you the ability to change your voice to a monster/NPC in a very customized way. The products have a number of presets as well. More to come as the integration is a little technical (at least for me, but perhaps not to some of you!), but basically your voice will go into Voicemeeter and this program will process it before it is sent to the output of discord/your stream. Early tests for me are it works pretty darn well. As a caveat, I tried to use clownfish and morphvox pro, downloaded Voxal from NCH all with little success (but that was probably just my own limitations!). The two products I am testing are as follows:
Dehumaniser Lite: https://www.krotosaudio.com/products/dehumaniser-lite/
Dehumaniser Simple Monsters: https://www.krotosaudio.com/products/simple-monsters/
Dehumaniser Lite is $49.00 and Dehumaniser Simpler Monsters is listed at $99.00 but I was able to "upgrade" my Dehumaniser lite by paying $50.00 and then had them both for a total of $99. Note that I purchased Dehumaniser Lite and then decided I wanted the Simple Monster program as well and figured out I could "upgrade" but somehow still keep the other program too! FYI, there is a demo for Dehumaniser lite but be warned! It only lasts I think 20 minutes or so!

For a little more info on the difference between the two products, see this FAQ: https://www.krotosaudio.com/support/faq/difference-dehumaniser-simple-monsters-dehumaniser-lite/

Now, these products seem more geared toward "production value" voices for movies, etc. but I was pretty excited with the quality and ability to customize. The Simple monsters program even (with a little effort) has an app where now I can use my iPad to change my voice with a couple of quick drags of some sliders and it will be recognized by the software. Again, some integration and for me, an additional VST host program to use the Simple Monsters package as it is a VST plugin. (Dehumaniser lite is a standalone program).

What excited me most is that from what I could tell in early/limited testing, I didn't see a huge CPU drain on my system. I plan to do a more complete write up and youtube video(s) to show these two as options when I have time. Consider this just an FYI for those DM's that are looking at stuff on their own and like to know about new options!

Thanks for sharing. This looks awesome.

Are you able to change your voice from male to female without it being obvious that its really a male?

It seemed pretty good to me to change from male to female. Obviously it still helps to "roleplay" it with your voice so that you are trying to make your voice sound higher/more female AND you are using the voicechanger. Once I have more time I'll do a video showcasing some different monster/npc types and you can see what you think.

It seemed pretty good to me to change from male to female. Obviously it still helps to "roleplay" it with your voice so that you are trying to make your voice sound higher/more female AND you are using the voicechanger. Once I have more time I'll do a video showcasing some different monster/npc types and you can see what you think.

That would be much appreciated! Could you please include your normal voice as a reference in some way?

That would be much appreciated! Could you please include your normal voice as a reference in some way?

Ok, so this is VERY raw and I think that I didn't fully "switch" voices in between so there is some "legacy" from the prior voice. Please note I am just starting to play with this so don't take this as the full capability. I'm going to work on a "real" video soon and truly test it out but if you want to see something in the interim, see this very crude video. The link is to my personal dropbox. Don't share with anyone else, though.. lol. :)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ia901yyifs82rxb/2018-03-12%2017-31-36.mp4?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ia901yyifs82rxb/2018-03-12%2017-31-36.mp4?dl=0
Honestly, aside from that last FX growl ("Crazy Scream"?), nothing sounded better than what MorphVoxPRo can do with voices. And I don't think that interface is any better either.

The one issue I have with MorphVox, and I've contacted them about this recently and hope that they address it, is that when you want to play ambient background sounds/music you can't hear it yourself. You can hear the Sound Effect clips you pipe through, but not the ambient music.


Are you able to change your voice from male to female without it being obvious that its really a male?
I wouldn't say that it's "obvious" that it's really male... but it's obvious that there is some kind of modulation going on. You're not going to truly fool anyone if that's what you're looking for.

Honestly, aside from that last FX growl ("Crazy Scream"?), nothing sounded better than what MorphVoxPRo can do with voices. And I don't think that interface is any better either.

The one issue I have with MorphVox, and I've contacted them about this recently and hope that they address it, is that when you want to play ambient background sounds/music you can't hear it yourself. You can hear the Sound Effect clips you pipe through, but not the ambient music.


I wouldn't say that it's "obvious" that it's really male... but it's obvious that there is some kind of modulation going on. You're not going to truly fool anyone if that's what you're looking for.

That's cool. I just didn't have a lot of success with MorphVoxPro but I know Trenloe has so this might just be one more option albeit it is pricey so again, I'm not so much recommending it yet but rather highlighting what is out there. Right now I am using it as a plugin in mini-host modular, a free download from the makers of FL studio I think? You just have to register with them to download it. I am then patching it directly into my mic after I send my mic into Voicemeeter banana, but before it is processed and sent out. I'm using the ASIO patch inserts in Voicemeeter banana. That way if I want to hear how I am sounding I can send it to my headset to hear what my voice sounds like and I still have Syrinscape and all my other ambient background music separate from my voice.

I'm enjoying it and will prepare some videos for youtube when I have more time and hopefully can dial in some more particular sounds/voices.

Oh, and I'm definitely not trying to "fool" anyone, just want to add some flavor sometimes to some NPC's. I will probably use this in moderation when I really want to highlight a particular monster/encounter or maybe an important NPC I want to give some color to since I absolutely stink with voices.. :)

Appreciate you listening Full Bleed and providing feedback against what other software does.

I just didn't have a lot of success with MorphVoxPro but I know Trenloe has so this might just be one more option albeit it is pricey so again, I'm not so much recommending it yet but rather highlighting what is out there.
I purchased Morphvox pro a long time ago... but I do remember having a setup issue. In the end, you basically just set your "Recording Device" to the "Microphone: Screaming Bee Audio" and make sure whatever voice streaming software you're using is defaulting to that and it should work.


...Voicemeeter banana. That way if I want to hear how I am sounding I can send it to my headset to hear what my voice sounds like and I still have Syrinscape and all my other ambient background music separate from my voice.
MorphVox has a "Listen" button you can toggle to echo back your voice when testing. But if you wanted to use Syrinscape and other audio channels you will need something like Voice Meter Banana to put them all together.


Oh, and I'm definitely not trying to "fool" anyone, just want to add some flavor sometimes to some NPC's.
I was just responding to seycyrus with that comment. Just wanted to set expectations. As an RPG tool to help with the suspension of disbelief I think these voice modulators are nice options... but I don't think they're going to trick too many people. That said, your mileage may vary. Some voices may be better suited. And if you are willing to "work with" the modulator a bit... you *can* get a fairly good female analogue... but you have to be cool with feminizing your own voice and then letting the modulator finish the job. Typically, I'm not up for that. :)


I will probably use this in moderation when I really want to highlight a particular monster/encounter or maybe an important NPC I want to give some color to since I absolutely stink with voices.. :)
I hear ya. That was my thought, too. Though, to be honest, I don't use it very much beyond playing the occasional clip. I find that there are so many other things to manage in a game that dealing with soundscaping at the same time can be a bit tiresome.


Appreciate you listening Full Bleed and providing feedback against what other software does.
And appreciate you taking the time to share some other options.

I used Morphxov Pro to setup my impression of Syndra Sylvan's introduction speeches and uploaded them to Syrinscape Creator. If your interested, just search for TOA in Syrinscape, it's in the Fantasy section. Yes one has to 'work' with the voice mod, at least try to alter different aspects of your speech otherwise it is fairly obvious that it is you. It is harder than one might think, what does an old woman sound like, what exactly does dry and scratchy sound like? Different things to different people I'm sure.

I bought the works after reading this including the addons but I am a compulsive GM shopper

I bought the works after reading this including the addons but I am a compulsive GM shopper

lol... I hear ya. I have the same "condition"...... :)

I used Morphxov Pro to setup my impression of Syndra Sylvan's introduction speeches and uploaded them to Syrinscape Creator. If your interested, just search for TOA in Syrinscape, it's in the Fantasy section. Yes one has to 'work' with the voice mod, at least try to alter different aspects of your speech otherwise it is fairly obvious that it is you. It is harder than one might think, what does an old woman sound like, what exactly does dry and scratchy sound like? Different things to different people I'm sure.

Very cool. Will check that out!

Going to look into this, love this community!

Going to look into this, love this community!

Let me know if I can help with any questions. Also, as you've read here, some including Full Bleed, Trenloe and others have had success with MorphVox pro. The main thing for me is I use several different sound inputs so the dehumaniser works better for me. I use syrinscape, ableton live (for all the sound clips I have downloaded), youtube sometime for ambience, etc. I think I am pushing the capacity of my single pc doing all of this while streaming... lol

Same here, Syrinscape at least. Voicemeter is a godsend for multiple inputs. I even donated for the extra inputs.

Same here, Syrinscape at least. Voicemeter is a godsend for multiple inputs. I even donated for the extra inputs.

Yep... Me too!

VB-Audio software is a godsend! Did you know that if you download Voicemeeter Banana, it already includes VB-Cable A+B? I just found that out yesterday and I've been using it since Christmas. LOL.

Well, I also donated for Banana lol its really good software though. I only wish Syrinscape let you choose inputs, that's really my only complaint with my current setup.

some including Full Bleed, Trenloe and others have had success with MorphVox pro. The main thing for me is I use several different sound inputs so the dehumaniser works better for me.
I'm not sure what MorphVox wouldn't do for you with regards to this. You have complete control over which input MorphVox uses for the microphone, and which output device it sends the morphed (or note morphed) voice to. So it's easy to integrate with other sound/voice apps using whichever mixing app you prefer. I use MorphVox, Syrinscape and Windows Media Player all at once and use Virtual Audio Cable to mix them together. It would be even easier with VoiceMeeter.

I'm not sure what MorphVox wouldn't do for you with regards to this. You have complete control over which input MorphVox uses for the microphone, and which output device it sends the morphed (or note morphed) voice to. So it's easy to integrate with other sound/voice apps using whichever mixing app you prefer. I use MorphVox, Syrinscape and Windows Media Player all at once and use Virtual Audio Cable to mix them together. It would be even easier with VoiceMeeter.

I think I'm just an idiot.... :) Its been a while since I've played with MorphVox so good to know it can do the same!

Well, I also donated for Banana lol its really good software though. I only wish Syrinscape let you choose inputs, that's really my only complaint with my current setup.

FYI, you can use audio router https://github.com/audiorouterdev/audio-router to change the input for Syrinscape. That being said, don't know that it saves you much more time than changing your default playback device, launching Syrinscape and changing it back (if you use VM or VMB for example). I like to use audio router as I just don't want to change my default devices, I just like to leave them as is alwasy. Also, if I shut down Syrinscape accidentally or have to reboot it, I don't need to change the default playback, but can just change the input with audio router. There are still steps to it like having to "restart audio engine" in VMB, but I like it. More of a "to each their own" thing, though versus something critical to use.

Got to this thread by mistake and good thing i did :).
i cannot wait to try and do some Demon type of voices.

Got to this thread by mistake and good thing i did :).
i cannot wait to try and do some Demon type of voices.

Lol.... That's happened to me to and it definitely can be a good thing!

Morning, all. So, I thought I would begin to create a catalog of voice-changing software in an excel spreadsheet. I'm happy to keep it updated as others find programs. Please note the attached isn't so much a list of recommendations, but rather, trying to organizing what is available so you can make your own decisions. I tried to indicate any current sales that I found as well. Note that I realize some of the products I listed are probably overkill for most of us (and I tried to note that in my notes), but I also realize everyone is different and where someone may want a very basic free voice changer (e.g. clownfish), others may want a full-fledged program to completely create their own unique monster voices, effects (e.g. Dehumaniser2 or Voxpat2). Let me know what other programs you know of or if anyone sees any errors in my sheet.

Two quick edits. The list is in alphabetical order and I've been able to use Simple Monsters and Dehumaniser Lite with Voicemeeter Banana. I'm sure most of the others will work well with Voicemeeter banana as well. For some reason I've had problems using Voxpat Player in Voicemeeter banana. It might be my error but the voicemeter inserts don't seem to be playing well with Voxpat Player right now for me....

https://www.dropbox.com/s/hn5to46bqn1wam8/voice%20changing%20software.xlsx?dl=0

You should add MorphVoxJr. It only has 3 morphs: man, woman, and tiny folk. For additional functionality you have to upgrade to MorphVox Pro, but it's a good demo without having to sign up for the trial version and it's free.

You should add MorphVoxJr. It only has 3 morphs: man, woman, and tiny folk. For additional functionality you have to upgrade to MorphVox Pro, but it's a good demo without having to sign up for the trial version and it's free.

Link in post #43 to comparison file updated. Good suggestion.

Hey all. I'm on spring break with my family so I have not been able to do a video on Simple Monsters or Dehumaniser Lite by Krotos. I'm still liking Simple Monsters but it is a plug-in to a DAW and is a little more complicated than other programs if you haven't used a DAW before. Not too difficult, though. I'm posting here as if anyone is looking at Simple Monsters, they have a flash sale on Krotos through today or tomorrow I think. 50% off simple monsters with the code FLASHSALEMARCH.

Just didn't want anyone missing the sales if they are considering buying it.

https://www.krotosaudio.com/?utm_source=Marketing%20List&utm_campaign=be3eec8c3f-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_03_27&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9dd49f57ab-be3eec8c3f-254592257&mc_cid=be3eec8c3f&mc_eid=7add7e98ca

Well crap... Looks like the sale might have ended but you can always try and see if it still works! Darn it. I was too slow. That's what I get for being on vacation...

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MorphVOX Pro for Windows

Sound like a child, a monster, a robot…

MorphVOX Pro is a program that turns your voice into whatever you desire, be it a terrible monster or a young child. It is the perfect tool to play tricks on your friends.

Transform your voice for trickery

MorphVOX Pro is easy to use. The program modifies your voice in real-time as you speak into your microphone. It is compatible with most popular chat applications - , , , - and is even able to alter audio files you've previously recorded.

The selection of voices range from children to robots. However, MorphVOX has very few background sounds (you can pretend you are in a traffic jam and little else). Also, some of the effects are unrealistic and not well designed.

MorphVOX Pro has many uses for the imaginative. For example, you can use it to improve your experience in an online role-playing game by giving your character a more appropriate voice. Or you can use it to play a joke on a friend by calling them from a fake Skype account.

Good voice quality

MorphVOX Pro has a ten-band equalizer. This allows you to add sound effects and perfectly tune it to your voice with a little training.

When you run MorphVOX Pro for the first time, a wizard helps you get started, adjusting the sound and your microphone.

The vocal range of MorphVOX Pro is quite versatile, giving it an advantage over many of its competitors. Furthermore, the quality of voices is very good.

Your voice sets the limits

MorphVOX Pro wants you to have a good time using it. That's why, even if you are a user with little experience, it only takes you a few minutes to be able to start having fun with it. Thanks to the diversity of voices available, the only limit is your imagination.

Voice Changer for online games, chat and studio.

Disguise your voice on-line with Screaming Bee’s advanced sound morphing technology. Become your true alias. The voice of a truck driver becomes a spryly wood nymph or a teenager can now sound like a Sith Lord. With MorphVOX, speak like a mighty paladin or growl like a demon from hell.

Features:

  • High-quality voice changing technology
  • Learns from your voice
  • Integrates easily with online games and chat programs
  • Low bandwidth and CPU usage
  • 10-band equalizer
  • A variety of voice packs available
  • Beautiful themed skins
  • High-impact sound effects
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MorphVOX Pro

1 stars

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"Bad driver; no support"

"Bad driver; no support"

TheRealPotoroo August 09, 2013  /  Version: MorphVOX Pro 4.4.7

2013-08-09 09:20:53  |  By TheRealPotoroo

Pros

At least 10 characters of none.

Cons

I installed MorphVox Pro 4.4.8 on my Win7 x64 system. No amount of tweaking could improve the abysmal recording level and the only way I could get it register was by shouting (note that I've been happily using my headset with things like TeamSpeak for years). I emailed Screaming Bee support using the supplied address and the email bounced. So I uninstalled it and wrote off $40.

Summary

Cheap and nasty.

4 stars

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"Great Program When it does not Crash"

"Great Program When it does not Crash"

DNWG November 21, 2012  /  Version: MorphVOX Pro 4.3.21

2012-11-21 00:32:19  |  By DNWG

Pros

I'm making some cartoons and this program is great. It has dozens of free voices that can be tweaked with free VST plugins. You have to pa another $20 to get tghe plugin interface. The sound quality is excellent and it is pretty easy to learn in one day.

Cons

Comes with two skins and a third smaller to download free. The smaller skins background noise drop down does not change to a new choice. I selected Shopping Mall Noise but it kept playing City Noise. I was forced to use the larger skin that did not have this bug. The program frequently crashed requiring me to restart the program to continue. Twice, the program list box scrolling ability completely froze. I had to reboot the computer to get out of that one. These are serious bugs! They are irritating, but I really like this program. I hope the developers focus on a really stable release. If you want a rock solid stable program this is not one. If you want a load of voices and flexibility in manipulating them AND can put up with the bugs - it is still worth the price. Huge fun! When adding your own sound effects they display in one large alphabetical list not by category even though you must create a "Sound Pack" first.

Summary

Fix the bugs and this is a great tool!!

Updated on Nov 26, 2012

Technical support went above and beyond helping me to isolate the cause of the crashing. It was not corrupt memory as an error message indicated (I ran a thorough memory test). It appears to have been the plugin Effects Rack or one of the plugins freely available. I uninstalled Effects Rack and the crashes stopped. This is a super cool program and I would recommend it to anyone who wants a convenient way to switch quickly in real time to many different voices. I tried it out on Pal Talk as well and people thought it was great. A main reason to buy this is the convenience of the interface that allows the application of many effects among many voices to be applied quickly. The help file could be much improved as I found myself stumbling on great features that were not so obvious. A definite buy. The 7 day trial period is a thumbs down, however. They should have a standard 30 day trial period.

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Reply by stankovic881 on February 22, 2013

Its nice reading your review , I would like to know if it works with phones / tablets also .

4 stars

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"Got MorphVox on my laptop and exVox on my phone..."

"Got MorphVox on my laptop and exVox on my phone..."

jimmydean379 October 26, 2012  /  Version: MorphVOX Pro 4.3.21

2012-10-26 08:23:02  |  By jimmydean379

Pros

ScreamingBee offers some of the best support and painless installs Ive seen, and they have a library of add-ons (some free). Its easy to tell they actually use their software. It is compatible with the exVox Voice Change Controller i use.

Cons

Although in no way is this software a bum deal, the price is a little above some of the competitors (Blaze audio Voice cloak, Scramby, for example).

Summary

If you've got time and no money, check out vocalster free voice change software or Funny voice. The free software is simple and creative and may be all that you need.

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Reply by stankovic881 on February 22, 2013

Its nice reading your review , I would like to know if it works with phones / tablets also .

5 stars

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"Works great to disguise your voice."

"Works great to disguise your voice."

dorb October 24, 2012  /  Version: MorphVOX Pro 4.3.21

2012-10-24 06:23:23  |  By dorb

Pros

Works for all kinds of windows audio setups.
Ventrilo, Mumble, Teamspeak and even Google phone.

Cons

A bit complex to set up.

Summary

Been using this to disguise my voice for about 8 years now without any problems.

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Reply by stankovic881 on February 22, 2013

Hi i noticed you said it works with Google phone, Do you mean google voice or the google nexus / google android phones? Hope you reply.

3 stars

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"Works well on XBOX Live with my exVox Audio Controller."

"Works well on XBOX Live with my exVox Audio Controller."

jimmydean379 April 29, 2012  /  Version: MorphVOX Pro 4.3.16

2012-04-29 16:21:13  |  By jimmydean379

Pros

Demo has ads, but not too bad. Layout is good with semi technical audio options. Voice Dr. troubleshoot mode isn't bad for those who dont know much about settings. Lots of download-able content (some free) after purchase of full version. The price for full version is ok. I purchased this for use with with my exVox Audio and Voice controller, so I can go online XBOX, PS3, or cell phone and talk in funny voices.

Cons

Screaming Bee download / install is way more forgiving than AV voice software, but if you aren't ready to pay for voice software, I suggest trying Funny Voice first. You may get what you want for free.

Summary

I don't like paying for Voice software, but if you are set on purchasing one, this one isn't bad. Exvox.com has some other software suggestions.

2 stars

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"Might be good but wont but it."

"Might be good but wont but it."

jamzak0811 September 02, 2011  /  Version: MorphVOX Pro 4.3.13

2011-09-02 22:53:25  |  By jamzak0811

Pros

Good "taste" of the app

Cons

Not enough features in the trial to warrant making the purchase.

Summary

If I had more of the application to try out I would have a better assessment of the program but would not buy it based on the features available during the trial.

2 stars

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"Easy to use but did not work"

"Easy to use but did not work"

elenapham May 17, 2011  /  Version: MorphVOX Pro 4.3.11

2011-05-17 02:48:09  |  By elenapham

Pros

Easy to use

Cons

Did not work...

Summary

I can hear the recording with very poor quality with all of the volume on max and still sounds low low low...

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Reply by youaredoingitwrong on July 17, 2011

I don't understand. If it didn't work, how were you able to use it at all and therefore conclude that a "PRO" was the software was easy to use?

:-(

5 stars

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"Great Product! Does exactly what it says! Worth buying!"

"Great Product! Does exactly what it says! Worth buying!"

shadeline October 09, 2010  /  Version: MorphVOX Pro 4.3.8

2010-10-09 06:15:21  |  By shadeline

Pros

Multiple voices, and free voice addons. Background sounds, Sound Effects, Voice Effect alterations, Graphic Equalizer, ability to to change your Voice Pickup / Quality in the setup, Background Cancellation, Hum Reduction, SKINS!

Cons

Just bought the software, and either it does not have this or I can not find it.. It would be nice to be able to visually see your voice before and after the signal processing.

Summary

I started with the Man to woman voice, and wow! You can click Morph to morph / unmorph your voice so that you can hear the difference!

I love to binding a few of the sound effects to my keyboard and mouse! I have bound Cuckoo and Quack to my mouse and the others to my keyboard. People get a laugh everytime I press quack.. Also if your in a large group and everyone is talking.. Just Quack twice and it brings everyone out of talking all at once.. kind of like saying "Stop it" :P

The Graphic Equalizer already has presets for equalizing from Man to woman and woman to man, which makes the voice sound much more realistic!

MorphVox is great for beginners, and for the Advanced users there is room to expand:

To enchance your voice realism, I recommand you use the Tweak Voice. How? Just hum a single note, and match your harmonics to it. If your voice sounds like 2 people harmonized, then it will give your voice more realism. Use Pitch shift to shift close to the harmonized voice, then use the timbre shift to get even closer!

I bought MorphVox Pro because Logitech G35 headset uses some of the MorphVox Pro technology inside its software. I wanted to expand on what Morphvox Pro has clearly done with the voice changing abilites it gives to the Logitech G35 headset. I love them both and nobody can tell me otherwise!

I'd recommend this product to all my friends! 5 Stars!

Updated on Oct 9, 2010

I just found out that the Graphic Equalizer also allows you to add your own custom presets! You just need to press the + button to add more or the - button to remove a custom preset.

1 stars

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"Doesn't matter which version, it sux big time!"

"Doesn't matter which version, it sux big time!"

luciloocifer May 28, 2010  /  Version: MorphVOX Pro 4.3.7

2010-05-28 07:03:46  |  By luciloocifer

Pros

Nice title. That's it.

Cons

Trial version tied to the developer's website works but sticks frequently. Full version screws up your OS to the point of System Restore. Complaints are handled by claims your OS must be out of whack, and he's never seen the problem before.

Summary

The Screaming Bee really is the poor consumer screaming he's been screwed by a money-hungry lying software developer who doesn't either care about his product or doesn't have the skill to develop it well. And I'd like to know why every other review I've posted here ends up mysteriously deleted. I keep warning consumers this character is making crappy software and won't refund your money on what is a scam of bait and switch---the trial barely works, and when you pay, you get even less than that!!! Buy a decent audio editor instead and change your voice.

2 stars

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"Not bad for a voice changing stuff"

"Not bad for a voice changing stuff"

okanlele April 29, 2010  /  Version: MorphVOX Pro 4.3.6

2010-04-29 00:49:03  |  By okanlele

Pros

It really does what it promises to change the voice.

Cons

This software still depends on the MS .net to work. That's why it works so slow and the delay has not been improve for years.

Summary

The ScreamingBee LLC does not guarantee money back in any case. So, make sure that you think it over before purchase this program.

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