Join Brian Lee White for an in-depth discussion in this video Pitch correction strategies: Importing vibrato, part of Pro Tools Projects: Pitch Correction with Antares Auto-Tune Evo.
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A quick trick that's fun to try is importing the Auto Mode's vibrato generation…as a pitch curve in the Graphical Editor.…By selecting only the sustaining note you wish to add vibrato to, you can…control which notes have vibrato, leaving the others untouched.…Something that's not possible on pure Auto Mode.…Here's how to do it.…So I've got a bass instrument, I'm just going into Auto-Tune here and I can…setup my vibrato here, a sine wave, and I'll just turn the Onset Delay very short,…and kind of get a sense of what that vibrato sounds like.…
(Music playing)…Now I don't want to be on those transition notes and some notes are longer than…others so just changing the Onset Delay is not going to work.…So what I'll do is I'll switch over the Graphical Mode and I'll go ahead…and just track this in.…(Music playing)…Now I can see here this doesn't need any tuning.…
Right? It's in perfect pitch.…It's being generated by a synthesizer.…What I'm going to do is using my Selector tool I am going to just select the…
- 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