Skype Voice Changer is a simple app that is able to modify your voice for conversions on Skype. The features of Skype Voice Changer are somewhat limited, but it does provides the correct number of options to change how you sound when chatting online with Skype VoIP.
When Skype Voice Changer runs for the first time, it will attempt to detect and connect to Skype. Once Skype has started, you will need to perform a one-time authorisation to allow Skype Voice Changer to work with it. Within Skype you’ll also need to authorise Skype Voice Changer by selecting ‘Authorise’. As soon as you are successfully authorised, the Status screen will then show ‘Waiting for Call’ and the Effects tab will be automatically selected.
Now you can start applying effects to your voice. In the ‘Effects’ tab, you are able to configure an ’Effects Chain’ of one or more different effects, which will modify your voice while a call is in progress (the field is empty by default). By clicking on the ‘Add Effect’ button it will allow you to choose an effect to add. Once you have selected an effect,you can edit and adjust the effect parameters in real-time. Your voice will be modified using any effects you have selected. It is worth noting that you will not hear the effects yourself. To test them out, you need to make a call to the ‘Skype Echo Service’. This will play back what you have spoken into the microphone.
Overall, Skype Voice Changer does exactly what is says on the tin. It has a few options, however, it provides a perfect way to mask your true voice during Skype calls, both over video and voice, in real-time.
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