Need help adding a voice effect (from voicemod) on pre-recorded audio


Folks super new here but I wanted to see if anyone can help.
I recorded audio and now want to change the voice of the person to that of a different sounding voice in Voicemod (change the voice to that of a Space Marine.
I have downloaded Audacity and followed the below steps BUT I can’t get the audio to change in Audacity when playing it back with voicemod setup as the recording device.

To add a voice effect from Voicemod to pre-recorded audio, you can use audio editing software in combination with Voicemod’s capabilities. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

Step 1: Prepare Voicemod

  1. Open Voicemod and ensure it’s set up with your preferred input and output devices.
  2. Select the voice effect you want to apply to the pre-recorded audio.

Step 2: Set Voicemod as the System Microphone

  1. Right-click the speaker icon in the taskbar and select “Open Sound settings.”
  2. Under the Input section, select Voicemod Virtual Audio Device as the input device.

Step 3: Open Your Audio Editing Software

Use any audio editing software that allows recording or importing audio files, such as Audacity, Adobe Audition, or any similar application.

Using Audacity:

  1. Download and install Audacity if you haven’t already.
  2. Open Audacity.

Step 4: Import Your Pre-Recorded Audio

  1. In Audacity, go to File > Import > Audio.
  2. Select the pre-recorded audio file you want to edit and click Open.

Step 5: Set Up Recording in Audacity

  1. Ensure that Audacity is set to record from Voicemod:
  • In Audacity, go to Edit > Preferences > Devices.
  • Set the Recording Device to Voicemod Virtual Audio Device.
  • Click OK to save the settings.

Step 6: Play and Record the Pre-Recorded Audio with Effects

  1. In Audacity, create a new track to record the output from Voicemod.
  • Go to Tracks > Add New > Stereo Track.
  1. Mute the imported track temporarily to avoid feedback.
  2. Play the imported audio file in Audacity.
  3. Simultaneously, click the Record button to start capturing the audio with Voicemod effects applied.

Step 7: Export the Modified Audio

  1. Once the recording is complete, stop the recording.
  2. Mute or delete the original track without effects.
  3. Save the new track with effects:
  • Go to File > Export > Export as MP3/WAV.
  • Name the file and choose the location to save it.

Any help would be greatly appreciated as below are all the steps I am following :slight_smile:

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