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I found a way to make TTS voice sounds more like radio for Voxatc

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Great--clue us in, please!


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Yes please do tell as I have been searching for away to do this for a long time


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So how I did you do it ???

I use this software with Voxatc.

 

1. Virtual Audio Cable

2. Voxal voice changer

 

The setup can be complicated, I will try to make a video and show u in the weekend. Meanwhile you can try it out if you like.

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Very clear explanations ! "Readibility five" :Applause: . Thank you !

 

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This is an interesting solution, thanks for the tip.

In your video you use Line 2 to send to Line 1, but after some testing I found you can skip Line 2.

Just send the VoxATC output directly to Line 1, then use the Audo Repeater to output Line 1 to your Headset.

No special settings are needed on Line 1 Playback or Recording.

 

The Voxal Voice Changer software is being a bit of a pain though. I bought it to stop the "trial" voice every 10 secs, but it won't register properly. I've opened a ticket with their tech support so hopefully they'll sort it out.

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This is an interesting solution, thanks for the tip.

In your video you use Line 2 to send to Line 1, but after some testing I found you can skip Line 2.

Just send the VoxATC output directly to Line 1, then use the Audo Repeater to output Line 1 to your Headset.

No special settings are needed on Line 1 Playback or Recording.

 

The Voxal Voice Changer software is being a bit of a pain though. I bought it to stop the "trial" voice every 10 secs, but it won't register properly. I've opened a ticket with their tech support so hopefully they'll sort it out.

Yes Deetee, your r correct! Just 1 cable will do with the repeater.  And the trial voice is from the VAC, Voxal you can try to get the free version.

 

I am trying to figure out how to send my voice to Voxal but at the moment I will hear the feedback from it so its abit annoying. Cheers.

 

Thanks for sharing your finding. :D

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Hi, I'm trying to make this work, but having trouble.  I'm disabled, and just can't make it out what to do.  Can you do a 1. 2. 3. list that I could follow?  I do like the part that you were also able to get your own voice to go through the "magic machine" and come out as radio.

thank you.

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