MorphVOX Pro can be used with GSC Chat client. You can change your voice real-time and quickly output custom audio messages with a single keystroke.
With GSC, you can pick from anyone of 12 worldwide datacenters to host your own free voice server. Get full rights to create subchannels, kick and ban users, and personalize your voice server.
GSC The Total Gaming Client: Welcome Screen
After starting the GSC client and signing on, you should see the above image. Click on "Configure Audio"
GSC The Total Gaming Client: Audio Settings Panel
To set up GSC to run properly with MorphVOX Pro:
- Set Audio Device to "Screaming Bee Audio Driver"
If you have Push to Talk set, be sure to use the same key as is assigned in MorphVOX
Pro. For more information on assigning a Push to Talk key in MorphVOX
Testing the voice changing
You can test to see how your morphed voice sounds in GSC. Simply click the Start Transmission Test button to hear how you sound in game. Note, use the push to talk key if it is assigned. You should also turn off "Listen" in MorphVOX to avoid duplicating the playback sound of your voice and improve CPU performance for the game.
- For hands-free experience (not requiring push-to-talk) check the Use Voice Activity Detection.
- 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.
- Create custom sound effects and assign Quick Effects to give orders or insults.
- Change your voice with Quick Voices.
- If you have a slower machine drop you Morphing quality. To learn more click here.
Unable to hear voice in GSC: Make sure that the Audio Device
is set to Screaming Bee Audio Driver. Adjust volume and microphone
boost if signal is low.
Playback in MorphVOX stutters when you run the game. On some
machines, the high CPU usage of some games 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
to hear the actual voice quality.