Screaming Bee LLC has released voice-changing software that is compatible with the Windows 7. MorphVOX Pro Voice Changer 4.3 provides high-quality voice modification to online games, instant messaging, and the multimedia studio.
"We wanted to be ahead of the game as Windows 7 ships," explains Mark Ramirez, CEO of Screaming Bee. He adds, “Now that we have confirmed Windows 7 compatibility, MorphVOX Pro is ready for the next-generation Windows OS.”
Screaming Bee Began testing MorphVOX Pro well in advance of the release of Windows 7. The software is now shipping with Microsoft’s Compatible with Windows 7 logo ensuring it will install and run on Windows 7 including 64 bit systems.
The new engineering effort by Screaming Bee enhances the number of operating systems that can run MorphVOX Pro. The software will continue to enjoy backwards compatibility with older operating systems like Windows Vista, 2000 and XP.
MorphVOX Pro includes the ability to add professional-grade plug-in applications to the program. This includes the Batch Converter Plug-in that allows morphing of multiple files at one time. The Effects Rack Plug-in allows users to change their voices using VST technology. All MorphVOX Pro plug-ins have been confirmed to work with Windows 7.
The flagship product, MorphVOX Pro, can be used to morph an existing audio file or record a voice directly to file. Studios that use this tool can save time and potentially thousands of dollars by creating multiple voices from existing stock audio or a single voice talent. Screaming Bee's high-quality voice morphing technology is used in online games. Gamers can now have voices to match their in-game characters.
About Screaming Bee, LLC
Screaming Bee (screamingbee.com) provider of voice software and solutions for online games, VoIP and the professional studio. Their leading-edge technologies are used by professionals in a number of fields, including education, radio broadcasting, and animation. For more information regarding Screaming Bee’s products, including MorphVOX Pro, please visit the Screaming Bee Website.