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How to use VCSD 8.0 in Adobe Audition

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In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to use Voice Changer Software 8.0 (Diamond Edition) (VCSD8) for changing your voice and morph audio files in Adobe Audition.

» What is Adobe Audition?

Adobe Audition (formerly Cool Edit Pro) is a digital audio workstation from Adobe Systems featuring both a multitrack, non-destructive mix/edit environment and a destructive-approach waveform editing view.

>> Requirements:

- You should have Adobe Audition installed in your computer.

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On VCSD8 main panel, click Preferences to open Preferences dialog box.

Preferences dialog box

In Preferences dialog box, we will switch from Hook mode to Virtual Audio Driver mode.

- Check on Virtual driver Mode (1).

- Click OK (2) to apply the new setting and close Preferences dialog box.


Open Voice Changer Software 8.0 (Diamond Edition), choose morphing effects for your voice, and make adjustments until you are satisfied with the output voice.

Click here to learn how to change voice using Voice Morpher feature and other voice changing task that Voice Changer Software 8.0 (Diamond Edition) can do.


- Run Adobe Audition.

Select Audio Hardware

- Go to Edit menu (1) >> Select Preferences command (2) >> choose Audio Hardware (3) to open Preferences windows.

- In Preferences windows >> select Microphone (Avnex Virtual Audio Device) as the Default Input (4).

Preferences windows

- Click OK button (5) to close Preferences window.

- From now on, VCS Virtual Audio Driver will be the main audio driver recognized by Adobe Audition.


You now can record presentation with Adobe Audition. The morphing settings for your voice will be applied automatically.

Note: While VCS Virtual Audio Driver is being set as the audio driver for Adobe Audition, do NOT turn off VCSD8 when recording via Adobe Audition. If you don’t want to use VCSD8, change the audio settings of Adobe Audition back to normal audio source.