Voicemod can be your best buddy while trying to spice up your gaming sessions with your friends.
In the following article, we will explain to you how to configure Discord while using Voicemod.
In order for Voicemod to work correctly on Discord; we would need to make sure that the following settings are as indicated:
- First of all, Voicemod has to be open (and properly configured) in order to feed our virtual microphone.
- Open Discord.
- Go to the User Settings.
- Search for the Voice & Video section.
- Set Microphone (Voicemod Virtual Audio Device (WDM)) as your input device.
- Set your headphones/headsets as your output device*.
*Do not use the Line (Voicemod Virtual Audio Device (WDM)) as the output device, we need it internally as an audio bridge to make all this work.
Through this output, you will hear the transformed voice if Voicemod is open, but not the rest of the sounds coming from games or other applications.
- It's Done!
The audio subsystem should be set to"Standard" mode*. Go to"Settings" and there to the "Voice & Video" tab. Scroll down to the "Audio Subsystem" drop-down list and select the "Standard" option.
*Some users have reported that the Legacy audio subsystem works better for them. If the problem persists with the Standard audio subsystem, please try the Legacy audio subsystem.
In addition, please note that the Discord test is currently failing in some situations* and you should test it on call directly.
In addition, set all these options in this way:
If you have not been able to configure Discord to use Voicemod, please write us a ticket to the support form: https://www.voicemod.net/support by choosing the following categories:
- Technical Support
- Other technical issues