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Voice Changer Software Diamond - Change voice in Second Life

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In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to use the Voice Changer Software Diamond 7.0 (VCSD) for changing your voice in Second Life.

>> What is Second Life?

Second Life is a virtual world engineered by Linden Research, Inc, and opened to the public in 2003. Users of Second Life, who are known as “residents,” can interact with each other within the extensive framework of the virtual world. This framework is colloquially known as “the grid.” While Second Life garnered little public attention when it was first released, in 2006 and 2007 it began to attract major media attention, causing registration to skyrocket.

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

Fig 01: Open Preferences dialog box

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

- Check on VadMode (1).

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

Fig 02: Switch to VAD mode


Fig. 2 - Change from Hook mode to Virtual Audio Driver (VAD) mode [Preferences dialog box]

- Run Second Life, and log in your account.

- Choose Me menu (1) » Select Preferences command (2) to open Preferences dialog.Select Preferences command

In the Preferences dialog box:

- Select Sound & Media category (3).

Select InputOutput devices button

- On the right panel, press Input/OutPut Devices button (4).
- In the Input device section, change the Microphone settings into “Avnex Virtual Audio Device”.

Choose Microphone(Avnex Virtual Audio) in Input

- Click OK button (6) to submit the new settings and close this dialog box.

Click OK button to complete
From now on, VCS Virtual Audio Device will be the main audio device used by Second Life Voice Client.

Return to VCSD, choose the morphing effects for your voice, and make adjustments until you are satisfied with the output voice.

Note: You should have known how to change voice using Voice Morpher feature, and other voice changing features of VCSD.

You now can do voice conversation with Second Life. The morphing settings for your voice will be applied automatically.

Note: While VCS Virtual Audio Driver is being set as the audio driver for Second Life, do NOT turn off VCSD when doing voice chat in Second Life. If you don’t want to use VCSD, change the audio settings of Second Life back to normal audio source.