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I would like to be able to change my voice in real-time while using any chatting software. This would include Skype and any IP-phone software.

I found Clownfish for Skype, but was looking for something that will work across the board.

I also found AV Voice Changer but its not free, nor is Voice Cloak Plus (from blazeaudio).

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You want to capture the input from the microphone before the application gets it, modify the voice there, and then pass the changed voice on to any given application? – music2myear Oct 20 '11 at 20:48
Yes, exactly. I've seen free tools to record and modify, but not in real-time. – Subhani Oct 21 '11 at 16:59
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You can try MorphVOX Jr or Audacity with VST plugins can be utilized for real-time effects.

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MorphVOX Jr worked perfectly. – Subhani Oct 25 '11 at 0:23

It does not appear as though there are free tools to do this. Some higher-end soundcards may do this, allowing real-time effects to the placed on any inputs. I believe the Creative X-Fi drivers have this ability.

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