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  1. Hi Ubtaoe, I'm one of the developers of Voxal. Sorry to hear you faced difficulties with automatic gain control, as Voxal has its own driver, it is kind of not possible to keep the microphone's AGC settings. Unfortunately we don't have this option in Voxal yet. Rest assured, I will add this to the list of items to implement for future releases. Cheers, Yusuf
  2. Hi Gevson, Creating these sort of voices requires a bit of audio knowledge and lots of trial and error. For Pennywise, I've done some testing myself and you can try a combinations of effects similar to this: 1. Add a reverb which add like a smooth reflection in a room type of effect to the sound. Try diffusion values 20% to 50% and see how it sounds. 2. Add a high pass filter and try frequencies 200 - 700 or so. This should make it sound more creepy, mechanic type of voice. 3. Add an either pitch shifter or voice pitch shifter. Play with pitch value to either get a more thinner or thicker voice depending on how you like the end result best. Hopefully this should give you some idea on how to create a voice effect like a pennywise. Cheers, Yusuf
  3. Hi NoName11, From technical perspective, that isn't possible. My initial guess is that the other person's voice is echoed to your microphone through your speakers then it is modified and sent back to other line. If you are using speakers instead of a headphone, while talking, voice output might be echoing back to the your microphone. Regards, Yusuf
  4. Hi Nir, That is all good, no worries. That is really interesting, I've never seen such a bug in SoundTap before. I appreciate If you could send a screenshot of the directory permission error message. Unfortunately, there is no log generated on release builds and I'm not sure if I'm allowed to share debug builds, most probably not. Maybe the error message might give me some clues. Thank you for all you help. Best regards, Yusuf
  5. Hi, You are definitely right on this point: If you could give me more information , I will try my best to understand and fix the issue for you. For example when Voxal stops applying the chosen effect, does it only occur while using it with Discord or it also happens in preview mode ? Does the problem occurs only on specific effects or for all the effects? Is there any other application that might be interfering with Voxal in any way? That is a rather interesting bug I've never encountered, if you could give me more information, I will try my best to find out the reason to the issue and fix it hopefully. Best regards, Yusuf
  6. Hi MrPotatoHead, Thank you for your help in identifying the issue. I've done some testing and it seems this is a bug in pitch shifter if the pitch shift value is 0.62 or lower as you've discovered. Rest assured, this isn't a problem in your microphone but it is rather a mathematical calculation error with some specific values. The good news is, it isn't a major issue. For pitch shifter lowest value that can be picked was 0.60 and there won't be any noticable difference in the sound for values 0.6 vs 0.63 etc. For now, you can use 0.63 as lowest in pitch sihfters until the next release of Voxal. For the Robot's default echo values, normally you shouldn't be able to save any modification to default values in default presets. You can save your modifications but that will be saved as a new custom voice preset and the default one should have its default values still. You can check if it still has the default values, for robot preset: PitchShifter -> Pitch Shift:0.9 Echo-> Gain: 75%, Time: 20ms Amplify: 64% Thank you for your help in identifying the issue, you can let me know if you any other problems or issues with Voxal. Regards, Yusuf
  7. Hi, SoundTap is a playback recorder, meaning it will record the sound being played on the speakers. On top of that it can also record from the microphone. But to be able to record from microphone, SoundTap should first be recording a playback, audio in speakers. So first try playing an audio and see if it can record that. If so, enable recording from microphone and try playing an audio and recording together with microphone. Regards, Yusuf
  8. Hi MrPotatoHead, Could you tell describe me the custom mods you are trying? If you are adding too many effects, that might cause the processing time to be very long and fail the audio driver, or there might be a some combination of effects that is causing a problem maybe. Regards, Yusuf
  9. Hi Raging, I'm one of the developers of the Voxal. We've not done any testing on Xsplit but from the technical perspective, Voxal should be able to work with it. Voxal modifies the microphone input so that any application that uses the microphone will have the audio modified. You might need to do some testing yourself to see if it works, What you should do is: 1. Open Voxal, go to options and choose the recording device that you will use with Xsplit. 2. Do a preview testing and see if it works with your microphone correctly. If it is working fine, stop preview and let Voxal stay open 3. Open Xsplit and start a test stream, I've never used Xsplit so not exactly sure how you start streaming and what kind of settings it has. If there is an option to choose the microphone, make sure you choose the same microphone set in Voxal. 4. When the stream starts, it will try to receive audio from the microphone which should goes through Voxal, so the stream should have modified audio. I've never tested this myself, but technically this is how it should be done and hopefully should work. Let me know if there is any problems, I will try my best to help you. Regards, Yusuf
  10. Hi prk, If you can see the waveform, that means it is successfully recorded. Could you check and see if the volume of the player might be too low to hear recording? Regards, Yusuf
  11. Hi Nir, I'm one of the developers of SoundTap. That is interesting, I've never faced such a problem in SoundTap. Could you explain the issue more so maybe I can identify a possible bug and fix it? When that happens is SoundTap frozen, does windows give you "not responding" error? Does this happen while recording or on idle? What happens when you click exit when the issue occurs? How often do you think that problem occurs and is there anything in common between different occurrences, for example whenever I click here, or whenever I open this other program etc. ? Thank you for informing us the problem, if I can understand and produce the problem, I will try to fix it as soon as possible. Regards, Yusuf
  12. Hi RyanFd, No problem at all, I wish I could do more to help. It seems for Yeti, there might not be additional drivers supplied with Yeti, so it might be just using the windows audio drivers. Just for checking what kind of noise you are getting? For example if it is a high pitch noise, it might be a feedback caused by speakers. Have you changed any settings recently? Do you use any additional audio related software ? These are the only last options that comes to my mind, from your replies I'm mostly sure that Voxal is currently uninstalled and can't effect your microphone anymore. Regards, Yusuf
  13. Hi RyanFD, From your replies, it seems you've successfully uninstalled Voxal and it shouldn't effect how audio is recorded on your computer. Have you tried to record anything to see if there is any recording issues? If there are still issues, it might be related to some other audio software or driver you have on your computer. Let me know if you have still recording issues. If you really want to re-install the drivers for yeti, from device manager, you can use "uninstall device" to uninstall its drivers and when you reconnect it to PC, windows should be able to detect it and install the drivers for you. Currently it is weekend here and I can't test this on my yeti, on monday once I get to work, I can try this first on my yeti microphone to see if windows can uninstall and reinstall it, if you want to make sure that won't cause a problem. Regards, Yusuf
  14. Hi RyanFD, Did it give any error message? Just to confirm the uninstall was successful, could you check these few things: 1. Does any of these files exist : C:\Windows\System32\drivers\voxaldriverx64.sys or C:\Windows\System32\drivers\voxaldriverx86.sys ? 2. You need to check some values from registry. If you search regedit in start menu, Registry Editor should be on top of the list. You will only need to see some values, be sure not to change any value there. Once you open the regedit, navigate to the key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4d36e96c-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318} As I said, don't change any value anywhere, just navigate through the list. Let me know if you are having problems navigating registry. Once you reach that key, you will see some values, I attached a picture from my registry here : https://imgur.com/a/v7vtTtM, Could you tell me what is the value in UpperFilters as shown in the image? Let me know if you cant see the image. Regards, Yusuf
  15. Hi RyanFD, Did you try uninstalling the Voxal? Before uninstalling, disconnect Blue yeti and all external audio devices from your computer. And how did you uninstall it by using Window's uninstall wizard or by deleting the Voxal's folder from program files? If you've just deleted the folder from program files, that isn't enough to remove it, you will need to uninstall it properly by using windows uninstall wizard. Regards, Yusuf
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