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Roland Auto-Tune Antares VS Plug-In
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Auto-Tune VS corrects intonation problems in vocals or solo instruments, in real time, without distortion or artifacts, while preserving all of the e...Click To Read More About This Product
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Okay, right up front, Auto-Tune VS Plug-in works. If your vocal track has pitch problems, you can correct it (you can even calibrate to your instrument's tuning if it's not at concert 440--I'd suggest recording a clear calibration note at the beginning of the track to aid in calibration). Auto-Tune gives you a lot of freedoms, but, you'll need to have at least a limited understanding of a song's key and the notes you want included/excluded in the melody to use it effectively. You get a lot of choices on how quickly the correction comes in and its shape, how accurate the correction is, etc. You can even add vibrato. But, as I say, you'll have to have a little theory coming in to really tweak it how you want it.Finally, Auto-Tune won't make a good performance out of a bad one. If the vocals are thin or the voice is lacking oomph, Auto-tune won't really change that too much, but, it will correct pitch, and quite nicely.