Join Brian Lee White for an in-depth discussion in this video Tracking audio and creating a pitch curve, part of Pro Tools Projects: Pitch Correction with Antares Auto-Tune Evo.
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Before we can begin graphing out a target pitch curve for Auto-Tune to follow,…let's first track in the incoming pitch to the graph.…This will give us a reference of what we have and help us determine if it needs…correction and what type and how much.…So to track a pitch graph, I am going to bring up Auto-Tune in Graphic Mode and…before I track this in, I am going to go into my Options and I am going to…check to make sure my buffer is set appropriate.…So the idea is if I am going to be tracking something longer than the default of…240 seconds. I mean that's pretty long, but you can have a really long song.…
The Evo tracking engine actually ties to the host very well.…So you could track five, six minutes of a vocal track all the way through and…it's able to handle that.…So you want to come in here and set this to an appropriate level before you…start tracking the pitch curve, and so in this case we are doing a really short…passage, so the default is fine.…Now what I can do is I can set my cursor in Pro Tools to the beginning of 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