Your voice changes depending on your emotions all the time: slight changes in tone tell people around you if you are angry or scared, confident or nervous. It trembles, switches tone and volume, etc. But do you know what it won’t do? It won’t make you sound like a literal baby when you are terrified from a jump scare in Resident Evil or a robot when you are completely unbothered. Well, at least it was this way before our Pulsoid x Voicemod integration.
From now on your heart rate can change quite a bit more about the way you sound with a full library of Voicemod’s modifiers at your disposal. Just visit the Pulsoid integration tab to set everything up and enjoy a new fun tool at your disposal.
Pulsoid has always been about enhancing expressiveness and showing your emotions. Before we concentrated more on their visual representation with widgets, scripts and interface integrations. Of course, we also had a sound widget in our library for a while but this Voicemod collaboration takes our audio exploration even further. Streams and videos are a combination of both sound and visuals so it just makes sense to pay attention to both.
Why should you try this feature?
To enhance your chat’s ability to hear your inner turmoil
For comedic effect
To add a fun talking point
To create more clip worthy moments
So why not try it?
Here’s how to set everything up:
Chances are you have a Pulsoid heart rate widget set up already, if not check out this article 'How To Add Real Heart Rate To Your Stream'
If you don’t have a heart rate monitoring device here’s a guide on how to pick the right one for you Heart rate monitor for streaming
- Open the Integrations tab, find Voicemod in the marketplace and add it to your list.
- Click 'Configure' next to the Integration to set up and launch it. This integration works locally so you’ll need to have the Voicemod configuration tab open while using the integration.
- Configure your integration:
Make sure Voicemod is launched and the status is 'connected' on the integration page. This step is important for integration to work and get all available voices for ranges
Choose a default voice to use once your heart rate is outside of all other configured ranges.
Change existing heart rate ranges (edit from-to bpm values, choose a certain voice profile, or a random one) or remove any. You can click 'Trigger' to check how you will sound when your heart rate is in the given range.
Add new ranges by clicking '+'
Click 'Update' to make changes live
Done! Now your voice will change depending on your heart rate. Again, make sure you keep this page open for the duration of your session.