Elgato and Voicemod have teamed up to give you access to Voicemod Pro for a year, free of charge.
Tech brand Elgato has a neat deal running at the moment, ideal for US-based streamers, content creators, and gamers who want to spice up their sound effects. If you purchase one of Elgato’s 15-key Stream Decks, you’ll get access to Voicemod Pro for free, for a whole year.
While this bundle is currently only available in the US, European availability will also be on its way in the next few days.
Voicemod is an easy-to-use voice changer app that you can use to add real-time custom sound effects and voice modulation to games, as well as programs such as Discord and TeamSpeak.
While there is a free version of Voicemod, a Voicemod Pro subscription adds a bunch more content for those more committed to the cause. This content includes free use of over 95 voices created by the Voicemod team, exclusive soundboards featuring high-quality audio, access to the VoiceLab custom voice creator, and more.
Voicemod can be integrated easily with Elgato’s Stream Deck peripheral, which lets you switch scenes easily whilst you’re recording, control audio sources, videos, images, GIFS, and other media, as well as perform a bunch of other useful production-related tasks in real-time. To use Voicemod with the Stream Deck, all you have to do is drag and drop modulations and sound effects onto keys in the Stream Deck app.
“Become a robot, villain, or musical superstar in your favorite games and apps. Activate autotune, echo or spaceman, and troll like a boss,” reads the bundle’s description.
There are a few different Stream Decks available – including the Stream Deck Mini and Stream Deck XL – but the Voicemod bundle only applies to the 15-key Stream Deck. The bundle will get you access to the Pro version of Voicemod for a whole year, from the date you activate it.
You can purchase the Elgato Stream Deck and Voicemod bundle now from the official Elgato website.
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