Join Brian Lee White for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding artificial vibrato, part of Pro Tools Projects: Pitch Correction with Antares Auto-Tune Evo.
While we discussed the variables to ignore or control naturally occurring…vibrato in a signal using Automatic Mode, you can also create artificial vibrato…and apply it automatically to the signal independent of the pitch correction.…So let's go back to understanding first what vibrato is.…The characteristics of vibrato are important, because as we manipulate these…settings, we want to exactly know what they are affecting on that signal.…So vibrato is mostly a function of pitch modulation, so the pitch changing at a certain rate.…
But it's also a function of amplitude or volume change as well as tonal change.…So when you hear vbrato on a voice, depending on the singer, the vibrato…characteristic can change.…Some have more pitch modulation, some have more amplitude modulation or a tone modulation.…So I find that the Create Vibrato section in Auto-Tune is one of the least…understood portions of Auto Mode here.…A lot of people I will see setting this up. They'll pull up Auto-Tune, set their scale,…
- Processing in automatic mode versus graphical mode
- Achieving the "T-Pain effect"
- Analyzing incoming pitch
- Modifying the scale
- Adding vibrato
- Working in graphical mode
- Using the note objects system
- Building harmonies
- Dealing with Auto-Tune latency