Have you ever thought on using a special voice when someone subscribes to your channel?
Recently Streamer.bot in collaboration with Voicemod has added a new integration that allows you to use Twitch and YouTube Events to interact with Voicemod.
In the following steps we will guide you on how to configure a basic command to activate a random voice changer when someone follows your channel.
First of all you would need to set-up streamer.bot.
Please, follow the next link to find out how:
Once you have configured it, we can start creating your first Voicemod Command.
First go to the 'Actions' tab within Streamer.bot and add a new Action.
You can name it "Voice Changer".
Once created, we want to add some 'Sub-Actions' to it; these will be a Random Voice Changer, a 3 seconds delay and a way to reverse to your normal voice.
Lets start with the 'Random Voice' - Right Clic > Add Sub-Action > Voicemod > Select Random Voice.
Once we have done this, we want to add a 3 seconds timer.
You will have to set it to 3000ms and then click 'ok'.
After the timer is done, we want it to reverse to our Voice Enhancer.
This is how it should look after you are finished:
Now, what do we do with this 'Action' that we just created?
Well, we want to assign it to a event, in our case to a 'Twitch follow' event.
For this we go to Platforms > Twitch > Events > General.
We select the 'Follows' Event and add our freshly created action to it.
Once added, you can use the 'Test' button to check if it works.
Now, every time someone follows you on Twitch a random voice changer will activate for 3 seconds and then reverse to your 'VoiceEnhancer' filter.
Once again, we hope that we have given you some ideas to play around; try creating different actions with streamer.bot, we assure you that you will enjoy the results, be creative with it!