Live Echo Effect On Pc Microphone
How to Add Live Echo Effect to Your PC Microphone
Do you want to add some reverb or echo to your voice when you speak or sing through your PC microphone? Maybe you want to sound like you are in a concert hall, a cave, or a spaceship. Or maybe you just want to have some fun with your friends online. Whatever the reason, adding live echo effect to your PC microphone is not as hard as you might think. In this article, we will show you how to do it in a few simple steps.
What You Need
A PC with Windows 10 or 11 operating system.
A microphone that is connected to your PC, either through a USB port, an audio jack, or a wireless connection.
A pair of headphones or speakers that are connected to your PC, either through a USB port, an audio jack, or a wireless connection.
A software application that can apply reverb or echo effect to your microphone input and output it to your headphones or speakers. There are many options available, both free and paid, but we will use a free one called Voxal Voice Changer for this tutorial.
How to Do It
Download and install Voxal Voice Changer from [here]. It is a free software that can change your voice in real time and add various effects, including reverb and echo. You can also use it to record your voice and edit it later.
Launch Voxal Voice Changer and click on the "Options" button at the top right corner of the main window. A new window will pop up with several tabs.
Select the "Input Device" tab and choose your microphone from the drop-down menu. Make sure that the "Listen as you speak" checkbox is checked. This will allow you to hear yourself with the effect applied.
Select the "Output Device" tab and choose your headphones or speakers from the drop-down menu. Make sure that the "Play through speakers" checkbox is checked. This will allow others to hear you with the effect applied.
Select the "Effects" tab and click on the "Add Effect" button at the bottom left corner of the window. A new window will pop up with a list of effects that you can apply to your voice.
Scroll down and find the "Reverb" effect. Click on it and then click on the "OK" button. A new window will pop up with a slider that you can adjust to change the amount of reverb effect.
Move the slider to the right to increase the reverb effect, or to the left to decrease it. You can also change other parameters such as room size, damping, width, and dry/wet mix. Experiment with different settings until you find the one that suits your preference.
If you want to add echo effect instead of reverb, repeat steps 5 and 6, but choose the "Echo" effect instead of the "Reverb" effect. You can also change other parameters such as delay, feedback, and dry/wet mix.
Once you are happy with the effect, click on the "OK" button on each window to close them and return to the main window of Voxal Voice Changer. You can now speak or sing through your microphone and hear yourself with the live echo effect applied.
To turn off the effect, simply uncheck the "Listen as you speak" checkbox in the "Input Device" tab, or close Voxal Voice Changer altogether.
Tips and Tricks
You can also use Voxal Voice Changer to apply other effects to your voice, such as pitch shift, distortion, robot, alien, helium, etc. Just browse through the list of effects and try them out.
You can also use Voxal Voice Changer to change your voice in other applications that use your microphone input, such as Skype, Zoom, Discord, etc. Just make sure that you select Voxal Voice Changer as your default microphone device in those applications.
If you experience any latency or feedback issues when using Voxal Voice Changer, try lowering the sample rate and buffer size in the "Advanced Settings" tab of the "Options" window. You can also try using a different microphone or headphones/speakers.
If you want to record your voice with the effect applied, you can use the built-in recorder in Voxal Voice Changer, or use another software such as Audacity or OBS Studio. Just make sure that you select Voxal Voice Changer as your default microphone device in those software.
Adding live echo effect to your PC microphone is a fun and easy way to spice up your voice and impress your friends. You can use it for karaoke, gaming, podcasting, or just for fun. All you need is a microphone, a pair of headphones or speakers, and a software application that can apply the effect in real time. We hope that this article has helped you learn how to do it with Voxal Voice Changer, a free and versatile software that can change your voice in many ways. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below.