Discord is a voice-over-IP chat application that allows for real-time text, image sharing, and voice communication between friends.
It was specifically designed to be a real-time chat application for gamers so that they could talk tactics during game sessions. It has become incredibly popular as a result.
Many users of Discord also like to install voice changing applications that will alter their voices in real time.
They can sound as if they are kids, adults or even members of the opposite sex if they want. This allows them not only privacy but a few laughs as they prank their friends during games.
The good news is that there are now lots of voice changing applications available for Discord. Here are eight of the best:
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Voicemod is a great-looking voice changer for Discord. There are plenty of great filters and if you want to turn your voice into a robot or something else, this is the application to download. Furthermore, it’s easy to use, it works real-time and is free as well.
In addition to Discord, the app works also for Skype, Twitch, TeamSpeak, OBS etc.
Voicemod also happens to be completely free, which is why so many people love it. It’s compatible with all modern flavors of Windows and has inbuilt compatibility with currently popular games such as Fortnite, League of Legends, and more.
When you install the app it will add a new Microphone Input Device (Voicemod Virtual Audio Device) which you can select within the Voice settings of Discord.
From now on, your real voice will be changed in real time according to the settings of Voicemod.
Clownfish works in all modern flavors of Windows and is different because it is a system-wide sound modification system. This means that it works in the background and will change the audio from any incoming microphone or line in.
The beauty of this is that it works for more than just Discord (like the previous software), though it does that admirably.
It can work with other chat applications too, including the chat apps in Steam and even Skype. Best of all, it’s completely free as well.
Some voice filters that you can apply include male pitch, female pitch, Alien, Robot, Radio etc.
AV Voice Changer is not going to appeal to everybody because it costs money. That being said, it’s considered one of the best and most powerful sound modification tools available and one of the easiest to use.
This is because it works with more than just your voice. You can chop, edit, change, and re-pitch any sound, including your own voice in real time or offline.
As the previous apps, it works also with Skype, Twitch, Steam or other voice chatting app on PCs.
If you want more than just another voice changer, this is the software to look at however its price tag is a little expensive ($99.95).
Voxal is another real-time voice changing software that is easy to use and very customizable by the user. It has a free version (for home use only) like some other utilities in this list but it has also a paid license option that is quite inexpensive.
There are some nice voice presets including voices for boys, girls, robots, and more. You can also use it on existing recorder audio files so you can use it as a sound editing tool if you feel the need.
It’s friendliness to beginners in this area really sets it apart but it also includes enough advanced features to make it worth a look even for seasoned voice changers.
Some people use it as voice disguiser for anonymity over the radio, when playing games, when using voice chatting apps (skype etc) or in any other audio application.
In addition to the free home-use version, there is also a commercial Voxal Voice Changer Plus for $29.99.
There’s a good reason why MorphVOX is a very good choice in this list; the algorithms it uses are high quality and use very low CPU.
This means that it sounds great and will work in the background without hogging your system resources. The fact that you get all of this for free in a nice-looking package is just the icing on the cake.
One feature I like about this software is that it learns from your actual voice in order to create optimal sound quality.
There is a Junior version (free) and a Pro version which costs $39.99. The Pro includes more voice preset options, better audio quality, advanced voice effects and much more.
Lots of voice changers are for Windows but this is one that works on Android. As with many of them, it’s also free.
It may be small and humble but this one is a lot of fun. If you want to sound as if you’ve just inhaled the helium from a balloon or you have a penchant for sounding as if you are an alien, this is the app to download to your smartphone.
You can record your voice right into the application and apply any effect that you want so you can preview and modify it if you like, and then share it on apps such as Discord, Whatsapp, and even Facebook. This is a fun app to try out to see if voice changing is your style.
There are over 50 million downloads of this app on the Google Play store up to now so it’s quite popular as you can imagine.
Yet another Windows application, SuperVoiceChanger is ideal if you want a free solution to alter your voice over Skype, WhatsApp, Viedo Platform, Line app etc.
It simply sits in the background waiting for you to activate it and then changes any incoming audio in your Windows system. This also means that it can be used in other chat or voice-over-IP apps.
When you start the application, you can find a list of “Sound Templates” which are different types of voices such as sweet girl, male voice, little girl, heavy man and much more. For a free app, its certainly worth it to try.
If you’re into robots, RoboVox is the application to have a look at. It’s a really fun app to use with a small cost for Android. It works by recording your voice so that you can apply any of the included 32 presets.
Have you ever wanted to sound like HAL from the 2001: A Space Odyssey movie? Have you ever wanted to sound as if you’re one of the menacing Imperial troopers from Star Wars?
The included vocoder technology allows you to play with the sound in real time using an inbuilt X/Y control pad so that you can get the pitch and the sound just right before you send it to places such as Soundcloud or to your friends.
One great feature is that you can even change your voice and use it as your very own ringtone. Imagine hearing a menacing robotic voice every time your phone rings. You could even set a different robot voice for every person in your address book.
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