How To Change My Voice Using Software?

Changing voice could be challenging. The sound of your voice is determined by the size of your vocal cords but could be managed by software. Learn how to change your voice using cheap or free software.
Last Updated
March 17, 2020

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The Internet provides you decent opportunities to change your voice using the software.

Voice software, also known as voice modulators, is capable to change the tone and format of an audio signal coming from a microphone. These programs work in real-time and audio is processing immediately. 

The voice sounds clear and reliable. You can change your voice to an animal, robot, or human (male, female, old, child, etc). As with many software on the Internet, there are crucial differences between each product and the result of changing could be better than the other.

In this article, we will show you how to change your voice using MorphVox Pro. 



MorphVOX Pro Voice Changer - Introduction

MorphVOX Pro Voice Changer has been launched by ScreamingBee and it works very well. Your voice will change to a new level with superior voice-learning technology, background cancellation, and sound quality.


MorphVOX Pro Voice Changer costs $39.99 (forever license) and has a free trial period.

The result of using the program may vary depending on the microphone, speaker, etc and that's because they provide trial period when you can test almost all functionalities.


Voice Transformation comes with plugins (packages).

The listed below are coming with the free trial version and have extended with the PRO version. Also, you can buy additional voices.


  • Man to Woman

  • Woman To Man

  • An ordinary guy to Galactic Overlord

  • Lich Lord Evil Laugh

  • The Demon

  • Cyborg Warrior

  • Man to Woman in Heavy Traffic



Installing Voice Changing Software

Before starting the process, just make sure your computer is capable of consuming the software.

  System Requirements
  • Vista/Windows 7/8/10
  • Pentium 4 1.0 GHz CPU
  • 1.0 GB RAM
  • 10 MB hard-disk space for program installation
  • DirectX 8.0
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 or above
  • 16-bit Sound Card
  • Localizer["Label4Resource1.Text"]
  • VGA Display
  • Internet Connection



Download MorphVox Pro from the official website.

Installing MorphVox Pro is a simple task. Open the MorphVOXPro4_Install.exe file in order to begin the installation wizard.

Just follow the instructions that appeared on the screen. In the end, put the license key (sent as a mail after purchasing) and finally, you've settled.


In case, if you would like to test the software, download the FREE TRIAL version from the official website.




Run the software

Make sure you've connected the microphone and speakers before running MorphVox. If you didn't, you have to restart the program to listen to your changed voice.

After the installation, you can run the program with double-clicking on the icon. It will display a tooltip wizard that will help you to understand the concept of the software. The developers of the MorphVox called this window The Voice Doctor. 



Settle your Preferences

First of all, make sure you allow MorphVox to use your microphone, speakers, and computer resources. Some antivirus programs may not the right permissions and block MorphVox by default. Make sure that the software is not blocked by firewall functionality.

Go to the main menu of the program.

Click over MorphVox. It will appear submenu.

Choose Preferences...


General Preferences

Start Minimized + Show Tray Icon - when this option has been selected, the software will be running all the time in the desktop tray.


Skins Preferences

This could help you to customize the interface of the software.

Sound Settings



MorphVox Interface - Quick Guide

MorphVox Interface - Quick Guide


1. Alias Picture: displays the image associated with the currently selected voice alias. You can click on this picture to hear a sample sound from the voice alias.
2. Morph Button: turns morphing on and off. The morphing feature will be on when the green light on the button is bright.
3. Listen Button: lets you hear yourself talking. You should be able to hear yourself when the green light on the button is bright.
4. Update Alias Button: when this button is active (red checkmark) that indicates that a voice alias has been modified. To save changes to that alias, click this button.
5. Current Alias: lets you choose a voice alias from a list.
6. Alias List: displays a list of all the voice aliases. It has all the information associated with each voice alias. The boldface title in the top node of the view represents a group of aliases. Each row below the title is an alias. The colored indicator indicates learning with your voiceprint. If it is dark, no learning has taken place; if it is green, then the alias has to learn information associated with it. Click on the small speaker on the right side of the row to hear the sample sound from the voice alias.

This control also allows you to get more voices from the Screaming Bee website and organize your favorite voices.
7. Pitch Shift Controls: the slider and spinner controls give you fine control of the pitch shift for the selected alias. 
8. Timbre Shift Controls: the slider and spinner controls give you fine control of the timbre shift for the selected alias.
9. Timbre Strength Controls: the slider and spinner controls give you fine control of the timbre strength for the selected alias.
10. Reset Pitch and Timbre Button: resets the pitch and timbre controls to zero.
11. Volume Meter: shows the amount of the sound signal that the microphone is receiving.
12. Mute Button: mutes the microphone.
13. Play Sound Effects Button: starts/stops playing the selected sound effect.  This broadcasts the sound effect through the speakers as well as to the instant messaging audio output.
14. Select Sound Effect List: lets you choose a sound effect from the list.
15. Sound Effect Volume: this slider lets you adjust the sound effect volume.
16. Advanced Sound Effects Button: opens the Sound Effects Manager, providing you with a way of managing and customizing sound effects.
17. Play Backgrounds Button: starts/stops playing the selected background effect.  This broadcasts the background sound to the instant messaging audio output.
18. Select Background List: lets you choose a background sound from the list.
19. Background Volume: this slider lets you adjust the background sound volume.
20. Advanced Backgrounds Button: opens the Background Manager, providing you with a way of managing and customizing backgrounds.
21. Graphic Equalizer: provides controls for the 10-band graphic equalizer.  This gives you fine control over the sound contour of your voice.
22. Reset Graphic Equalizer: This will set the graphic equalizer bands to neutral levels (zero decibels).
23. Set Equalizer Preset: Sets the graphic equalizer bands to standard (speech, harsh, soft) or custom preset levels.
24. Add Custom Equalizer Preset: Lets you create a new custom preset.
25. Delete Custom Equalizer Preset: To delete a custom preset, click on this button.
26. Voice Effects Control: lets you add any combination of voice effects to the selected alias.
27. Tweak Voice Effects Button: Lets you adjust the selected voice effect allowing a high degree of customization.
28. Voice Profile Selector: lets you choose from a list of voice learning profiles.  This is very useful if more than one person is using MorphVOX.


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