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MorphVOX Pro will change your voice online and in-game. Take your voice-changing to a new level with superior voice-learning technology, background cancellation, and sound quality. Optimized for online games. Use it for changing your voice to role-play and add fun to online games.
Release Date: Feb 13, 2014
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About the Software

MorphVOX Pro will change your voice online and in-game. Take your voice-changing to a new level with superior voice-learning technology, background cancellation, and sound quality.

Optimized for online games. Use it for changing your voice to role-play and add fun to online games. Sound like the character you play in-game whether you choose to be a grumpy dwarf or a mighty giant.

Superb voice changing algorithms and ultra-quiet background cancellation make it one of the cleanest-sounding voice changers available on the market. Its high-quality sound is perfect for creating voice-overs for your latest video or audio project.

Download more voice and sound packs adding hundreds of new voices and sounds to MorphVOX. Tweak each of these voices to your heart's content to produce many voice combinations.

Try out the "Backgrounds" feature which lets you add any background sound while you talk. Fool your friends: sound like you're in the middle of a traffic jam or shopping at the mall.

Standard Features


MorphVOX Pro has many premium features that distinguish it from other software products on the market:

  • Advanced voice-learning algorithms for best quality sound
  • Full integration with online games and chat programs
  • Low bandwidth and CPU usage for excellent performance
  • A large library of free voice and sound effect packs
  • Backgrounds - sound like you are somewhere else
  • Add your own sounds effects and backgrounds
  • Advanced vocal tract filters for unlimited tweaking
  • After Effects: add environmental effects to your voice
  • Quick Voices: switch your voice with a single keystroke
  • Quick Effects: Play any effect with a single button
  • Audio Alarms: announce the time or play a clip.
  • Morph audio files or record your morphed voice to a file.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Pentium IV 1.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Compatible with DirectX 8.0
    • DirectX: Version 8.0
    • Hard Drive: 165 MB available space
    • Sound Card: 16 bit sound Card, compatible with DirectX 8.0
    • Additional Notes: Headset microphone and speaker recommended
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel i5 or greater
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Compatible with DirectX 8.0
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 180 MB available space
    • Sound Card: 16 bit sound Card, compatible with DirectX 8.0
    • Additional Notes: Headset microphone and speaker recommended
Helpful customer reviews
23 of 26 people (88%) found this review helpful
427 products in account
1 review
456.6 hrs on record
Let me tell you my little story about MorphVox.

It all started on release day, I saw it and thought "Neat, I want that." I wishlist it and go about my day on TF2. I come across someone selling it for 4 keys because they decided against it after buying it. I thought it was a steal, so I got it. I hopped off so I could download it. A short time later, I boot it up, configure it, and play with it. I had so much fun with it. Even programmed in a Dalek voice. The voice and effects packs came out, I got them to continue the fun. So much so, I just kept it as my default mic so I wouldn't have to fiddle with configurations when I wanted to change my voice. But that's when everything changed.

Soon, they released some other DLC that was far too expensive for what it was. I thought that since it didn't add any new features that I would use, I wouldn't get it. Around that time, I started using Mumble. I kept getting "Your mic is cutting off at the end." Since it never did that before, I chalked it up to Mumble. I'd restart Mumble, and it'd be fine. Thought nothing of it. One day, while playing TF2 I hear the dreadded "Your mic is cutting out." Now, I was angry. This never use to happen. What had changed? I can tell you what. I had made MorphVox my default mic. It was creating a delay. So when I'd let go of my PTT button, my full sentence wouldn't get through. So I come to Steam to see if anyone else has this issue and if they figured out how to fix it. Click the forums button... No forums. Click the group button... no group. I go to their site. I had to dig for a good 10 minutes before I got an email address. I send an email. Once I got an email back, they suggested I check a few things in the settings. I set them like they suggest. At first, it seems all good. I get in a few days of TF2 before I'm told I'm cutting out again.

I rage quit right there. Tried another mic, still cutting. Different VOIP software. Cutting. They obviously had given up much hope for this program before they thought they could milk a few more dollars out with Steam. This program is an abandoned piece of garbage that doesn't work like it was promised. DO NOT BUY THIS! It will only make you want to pull your hair out.
Posted: June 8
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8 of 12 people (67%) found this review helpful
38 products in account
1 review
1.6 hrs on record
This product is rubbish - look around for something better
Posted: May 29
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10 of 17 people (59%) found this review helpful
672 products in account
26 reviews
3.4 hrs on record
This is a good software for doing voice but for faking your voice , its horrible. take the good with the baad , this one is amoung the top and is good but not great , voices are pitched and staticly induced . example girl sounds like a fat girl plugging her nose talking , none the less they got the gender its really lackig on settings unless you get the DLC's which make it usable for what its worth . So in all do you want to buy this , maybe if it is on sale because its fun to use, does it sound real though , nope not in the least.

score: 6/10
Posted: May 28
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
289 products in account
1 review
11.8 hrs on record
It makes a great companion to producing You Tube vidoes or non-pro audio production when you need some fun voice effects. Some of the voice effects are very cheesy, but there are some winners in here that are useful when you need a distortion filter, echoes, some radio crackle, or some other on the fly effect. Some things don't work as well with other software (background noises cutting out over teamspeak when you are set to push-to-talk, the input volume level matters here), and I would recommend a powerful compuiter to avoid lag. Have another person listen to you and give honest feedback when customizing voices and effects, this is something that's hard to do by yourself. Worth the price? I'd say yes, because it pulls together ease-of-use, simplicity, a decent driver, instructions, with a bunch of options in one package.
Posted: July 12
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
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1 review
0.3 hrs on record
I originally picked up this software on sale and still feel like it was overpriced. If all you want to do is troll, then you can show your determination for $40.

The UI is very simple with the different voice settings changing the modulator sliders to a preset. I wasn't very satisfied with the modulated voice quality sounding far more tinny and rough than the sample clips despite changing various mic settings and hardware.

Would not recommend for any purpose other than trolling on a game server.
Posted: July 4
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69 of 86 people (80%) found this review helpful
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1 review
13.7 hrs on record
MorphVOX Pro is a really cool voice changer. However, I bought it specificaly for use in multiplayer gaming (duh...), and sadly it seems to have a performance / quality problem. (Voice comes out "Choppy" / laggy). I hope that they release a patch or update that will solve this critical issue, but for now, keep your money.
Posted: February 18
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