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Can I record the altered (morphed) voice if I get voice morphing?


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I am certain that you can, but I have never tried it, so all I can do is refer you to the Knowledge Base for information about SL's own voice morphing system. Take a look here for details >>> http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Using-voice-chat/ta-p/700169#Section_.8   Many people in SL use the Screaming Bee system, though, and it does have that ability, according to their web site..

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I am certain that you can, but I have never tried it, so all I can do is refer you to the Knowledge Base for information about SL's own voice morphing system. Take a look here for details >>> http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Using-voice-chat/ta-p/700169#Section_.8   Many people in SL use the Screaming Bee system, though, and it does have that ability, according to their web site..

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You can do this with the Screaming Bee "MorphVox Pro" software, which is actually the same software engine used by the Second Life subscription voice morphs.

However, you can't do it *within Second Life*.  This is because you can't hear your own voice when you speak over SLVoice, so any recorder software you have running in the background (like FRAPS, for example), won't hear you either. 

I would try the free version of MorphVox before laying out money for either the paid version or an SL voice morph subscription.  In my opinion, it's pretty easy to tell a morphed voice from a real one.

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