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Antares Auto-Tune Evo is a third-party plug-in processor that automates the correction of pitch and intonation, saving hours of time in the vocal booth. In Pro Tools Projects: Pitch Correction with Antares Auto-Tune Evo , author Brian Lee White explains the fundamentals of working with vocal tracks and how to correct common pitch and intonation errors using Auto-Tune. This course covers a variety of workflows and different pitch correction strategies in Auto-Tune, working in both automatic and graphical tuning modes. Exercise files are included with the course.
Hi, I'm Brian White and welcome to Pro Tools Pitch Correction with Antares Auto-Tune Evo. There is no doubt pitch correction is an integral part of modern-day recording technique. From subtle intonation touch-ups to the radical tuning effects of today's pop, Antares Auto-Tune is a true studio classic, helping turn borderline takes into hit records for over a decade. In this course, I'll teach you how to use Auto Mode to quickly tune a vocal track, and even achieve the infamous T-Pain or Cher effect. (Man singing: And I'll never forget...) We'll explore Auto-Tune's Graphical Mode within Pro Tools, the real secret behind natural pitch correction, giving you total control over the pitch curve.
I'll fill you in on all my personal tips, tricks, and advice on pitch correction, helping you work faster and more accurately. Pitch correction is an invaluable tool, rescuing takes that have all the right emotion, but lack the solid intonation of a truly stellar performance. Learning the ins and outs of pitch correction with Auto-Tune is a vital workflow that will benefit producers of any genre. So let's dive right in to Pro Tools Pitch Correction with Antares Auto-Tune Evo.
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