Voice Effects Effects tab

Voice Changer Software Diamond has a library of more than 30 real-time audio effects divided into 11 groups.

Fig 01 - Effects tab      [Advanced panel]

To use the Effects feature, click the Effects icon on the Left Panel. Click the ON/OFF button (1) to turn the Effects on. If the button is showing ON, the Effects feature is ready for use.

Effects pane tab has two main controls: Effect tree on the left which is used to re-organize, add/del an effect group, add/del an effect; and Selected effect pane on the right shows the list of effects that are being used.


Some effects are stereo sounds, you should change the sound mode to Stereo to work with them. To change the sound mode, choose the point toward the Stereo side of the Stereo/Mono scale on the main panel.

Below are the explanations for each control on the Effects tab:

Fig 02 - Effect tree pane        [Effects tab]

Shows the list of thirty effects in twelve groups: Band pass filter, Band reject filter, Chorus, Complex, Delay, Pingpong, Resonance, Reverberation, Rhythm to noise, Hardcore beat, Tremelo, and Wave.


Only one effect in a group can be selected at a time.

If an effect in a group is using, the checkbox before the group name is also checked. Deselecting this checkbox will remove the selected effect in this group from the Selected effect pane.

Selected item in the Effects tree is displayed in yellow text.

Fig 03 - Selected effect pane        [Effects tab]

Shows the list of all effects that are being used.

Loads the effect layout file (EFS format) you have saved into the Selected effect pane and applies the effects.

When you click on this button, the Open dialog box will be shown immediately. Specify the file from your hard disk, and click Open.

The file when loaded into use can be changed if you add or remove an effect from the Selected effect pane. To avoid making unwanted changes on the file, check the Open as read-only checkbox in the Open dialog box before you click the Open button.

Saves the list of effects in the Selected effect pane into an effect layout file for later use.

When you click on this button, the Save As dialog box will be shown immediately. Type the name of the new file into the File name textbox, and click Save. The file will be saved as a .efs file.

Removes all the currently used effects from the Selected effect pane.


The effect layout file is saved in EFS format.

You can set a hot key to quickly enable/disable the audio effect tab.