MorphVOX can be used with Lord of the Rings Online (LOTRO). You can change your voice to match you in-game character.

Adding voice changing to LOTRO is simple. You'll be up and running with a new voice in very little time with some simple settings in the game.

After installing LOTRO, Open the Audio Options Panel.  Make sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of the Audio Options Panel.  You should see the following image:

Lord of the Rings Online: Audio Options Panel
MorphVOX integration with LOTRO

To set up LOTRO to run properly with MorphVOX:
  1. Set Voice Capture Device to "Screaming Bee Audio Driver"
  2. Check the Enable Voice Chat box

Testing the voice changing

You can test to see how your morphed voice sounds in LOTRO.  Simply click the Mic Test check box on to hear how you sound in game. You should also turn off "Listen" in MorphVOX to avoid duplicating the playback sound of your voice and improve CPU performance for the game.

Game play tips:

  1. For hands-free experience (not requiring push-to-talk) check the Hands Free Voice option
  2. To help with performance you may want to use push-to-talk.  Click here to learn more about assigning keys. You can assign the same trigger key in MorphVOX and GSC for ease-of-use.
  3. Create custom sound effects and assign Quick Effects to give orders or insults.
  4. Change your voice with Quick Voices.
  5. If you have a slower machine drop you Morphing quality.  To learn more click here.

Trouble Shooting:

  1. Unable to hear voice in LOTRO: Make sure that the Voice Capture Device is set to Screaming Bee Audio Driver.  Adjust volume and microphone boost if signal is low.
  2. Playback in MorphVOX stutters when you run the game.  On some machines, the high CPU usage of LOTRO will kill performance on the MorphVOX "Listen" playback. In pretty much all cases, the voice quality to the actual game is unaffected. Turn off "Listen" in MorphVOX and use the built-in Mic Test feature of LOTRO to test the actual voice quality. 
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