Popular Real-Time AI Voice Changer 'Voicemod' Comes to macOS

Voicemod, the popular voice changer and soundboard, has just landed on macOS, allowing Mac users to transform their voices and trigger sound effects in real time.

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The AI-powered software features a wide range of features, with over 100 voice options, including natural and realistic human options, pitch-shifting, sound enhancement, and a variety of fantasy, funny, spooky, and musical voices.

Voicemod's virtual microphone includes support for Discord, Roblox, Minecraft, Riot Games, Fortnite, Zoom, and more. The software is also compatible with FaceTime and iMessage, bringing real-time voice changing to Apple's stock video and chat apps.

"We are excited to be the first company to offer a real-time voice changer and soundboard app to macOS users," said Jaime Bosch, CEO and co-founder of Voicemod. "Our app is designed to help users gain confidence, express themselves, or bring their character impersonations to life. With Voicemod, macOS users can now easily transform their voice and even add sound clips to create personalised soundboards relevant to their group of friends."

Voicemod has long been popular with Windows PC users, with more than 40 million gamers, streamers, content creators, and others seeking to find their voice online. Voicemod beta for macOS is available to download for free from the company's website, with the paid Pro version unlocking additional features and content.

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TheGenerous Avatar
11 months ago
Used by "content creators" in your first-world country, but used by scammers anywhere else
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TheYayAreaLiving ?️ Avatar
11 months ago
Very nice! This will come in handy. Going to try to say "aLuMinUM" in Jony Ive's voice.



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coffeemilktea Avatar
11 months ago

Voicemod's virtual microphone includes support for Discord, Roblox, Minecraft, Riot Games, Fortnite, Zoom, and more.

bring their character impersonations to life.
Just what I've always wanted, to be able to say "good morning" in my best Tim Cook voice every time I take someone out in Fortnite. :apple:



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antiprotest Avatar
11 months ago
It's morphin time!
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antiprotest Avatar
11 months ago

Used by "content creators" in your first-world country, but used by scammers anywhere else
Catfishing is my hobby, not my profession.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mielie Avatar
11 months ago
Always intrigues me how often companies use the old style MacBook Pro for their graphics. Can quite clearly see the touchbar. Just goes to show, the new design actually is ugly and Ives really hit the nail on the head with the 2016-2020 MacBook Pro's.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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