Voice changers, soundboards, and other similar effects have been on VoIP platforms for years. Even back when Ventrilo was still popular back in 2002.
Today, voice change pranks on Discord are still pretty popular, so if you want to use VoiceMod to do this, you may need some help.
We’ll explain how you can use Voicemod (or other voice changers) on Discord below.
Let’s have a look at the guide!
First things first, we’ll need to set up Voicemod. To do that, make sure to download the application from their official website. Next, you will need to create an account or log in through Discord to download it.
Once downloaded, just run the setup and follow its instructions; it should be pretty straightforward.
Note that your audio/microphone might cut out during the installation, but it will sort itself out once it’s finished. If it doesn’t, you may have to troubleshoot the Discord audio.
Setting up Voicemod
When the installation is done, just run the application, log in, and you should be in Voicemod.
Here, you don’t actually have to do a whole lot to make it work on Discord. But, you can do some customizations to edit your voice.
If you want to do some customizations, just click on any voice and use the sliders on the right side.
You can also record.
Free Voice Filters And Voicemod Pro
If you’re running the free version of Voicemod, you will have only a couple of voices you can choose from, unfortunately. Every 24 hours, the daily free voice change.
Which free voices are available is entirely random, so you might end up with some voices you don’t like.
However, if you want access to all of Voicemod’s voice filters (up to 80 or more), you’ll need the Pro subscription. Annually it’s $2 a month, but you can also get a lifetime license for $60. We suggest testing the application first to decide whether the license is really worth it.
With your voice changer ready, let’s go back to Discord.
Setting Up Discord
To ensure that the changed voice goes through your microphone while talking on Discord, we’ll have to set up Discord too. Here’s how:
- Go to User Settings (cogwheel on the bottom-left).
- Then head to the Voice & Video tab.
- Under Input Device, make sure you select Microphone (Voicemod Virtual Audio Device).
Now join any voice channel, and your fellow server members should hear a changed voice instead of your regular voice. That’s it! If you can’t seem to make this work or if you want to use Voicemod on your phone, refer to the other sections below.
In some cases, the Voicemod input device might not appear in Discord, so here are a few ways you can fix that:
- Reinstall Voicemod – A quick uninstall and install of Voicemod should fix the issue and shouldn’t take you more than a few minutes.
- Install Voicemod driver manually – Voicemod gives you the option to download and install the driver manually. To do that properly, you can follow the official guide.
- Restart your computer – Often, audio drivers require a restart, so if your Voicemod is a fresh install, try restarting your computer.
Voicemod On Android And Apple
There’s also a Voicemod application for Android and Apple, but unfortunately, it doesn’t work as well as the desktop version.
The Voicemod Clips app doesn’t actually change your voice. Instead, it allows you to apply voice-changing effects to the audio or video you’ve recorded. So, it won’t necessarily work directly with Discord, but you can still send the media you create on Discord.
Although we suggest checking out the App Store/PlayStore since there are a couple of voice changer apps that actually work similarly to Voicemod.
If you can’t seem to make Voicemod work with your Discord, here are some voice changer alternatives:
- Clownfish Voice Changer – A popular and free live audio manipulation tool. A bit old, but still an excellent alternative to Voicemod.
- MorphVox Pro – A premium ($40) voice-changing program that’s pretty easy to use and full of various voice effects.
- Voxal Voice Changer – Another premium ($35) program, but users report that voices aren’t that impressive.