Join Brian Lee White for an in-depth discussion in this video Auto-Tune vs. Melodyne, part of Pro Tools: Pitch Correction with Antares Auto-Tune Evo.
As you probably are already aware Antares Auto-Tune is not the only option for…tuning vocals and other instruments.…Many third-party software packages are available for almost any DAW and some…like Apple's Logic include their own built-in pitch correction software.…While many engineers will defend their favorite pitch correction solution to…no end, I personally find that understanding and using as many as possible…gives me the most opportunities to get the job done right.…Now the two major competitors in this field are of course Auto-Tune and…Celemony's Melodyne.…
Let's take a few minutes to break down some of the similarities and differences…between the two pitch correction packagers.…So, both programs allow for the graphical editing and correction of pitch.…This is Auto-Tune, this is Melodyne.…Both represent pitch graphically.…You can grab objects and write in that pitch.…Now, both programs also offer quick ways or automated ways for correcting of…vocal to a specific scale and key, sort of a one click kind of thing.…
- 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