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Change voice in GOLDWAVE with VCSD 8.0

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GoldWave is a highly rated, professional digital audio editor. It's fully loaded to do everything from the simplest recording and editing to the most sophisticated audio processing, restoration, enhancements, and conversions.

In this tutorial, we will guide you through the way to set up Voice Changer Software Diamond 8.0 (VCSD8) to automatically change voice for online voice communication on GoldWave.

Step to take

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- On Voice Changer Software Diamond 8.0 main panel, click Preferences to open the Preferences window.

Preferences dialog box

In the Preferences window, we will change Hook mode to Virtual Audio Driver mode.

- Check Virtual driver Mode (1).

- Click the OK button (2) to apply the new settings and close the Preferences window.


- Run GoldWave 5.6.

- Click on New button on toolbar menu to open New Sound dialog box.

Open New Sound dialog box

- On New Sound dialog box, set value and click OK.

Set value

In the Control window,

- Press F11 to open Control properties dialog box.

- Choose Device tab (3).

In the Record section.

- Change Device to Microphone (Avnex Virtual Audio Device) (4).

Change Audio settings of GoldWave 5.6

- Click OK to apply settings and close the Control properties dialog box.

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Return to Voice Changer Software Diamond 8 main panel, choose the morphing effects for your voice, and make adjustments until you are satisfied with the output voice.

You should have known how to change voice using Voice Morpher feature, and other voice changing features of AV Voice Changer Software.


- Click Record button (5) or press Ctrl+F9 on Control dialog box to start recording.

Start the Goldwave record
Note: While VCS Virtual Audio Driver is being set as the audio driver for Goldwave, do NOT turn off VCS8 while using voice chat with Goldwave. If you don't want to use VCSD8, change the audio settings of Goldwave back to normal audio source.