Join Brian Lee White for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Auto-Tune's MIDI inputs, part of Pro Tools: Pitch Correction with Antares Auto-Tune Evo.
Auto-Tune is capable of receiving MIDI input to both facilitate the selection of…a scale in the Scale Editor, as well as actually follow the pitch of incoming…MIDI notes as a creative Vocoder style effect.…To use MIDI with Auto-Tune in Pro Tools, you must create a MIDI control track to…feed Auto-Tune sequence data, because audio tracks do not have the capability of…importing or recording MIDI.…So, in this session I've created a MIDI track, not an instrument track, but a…MIDI track called AT Control, Auto-Tune Control.…
You can name it whatever you like.…I have set the output--…This is the critical part.…The output has been set to ATEm, so Auto-Tune, EVO, MIDI, R Task 20.…The 20 comes from inside the Auto-Tune plug-in here.…That's the instance count.…So, this is the 20th time I've used the Auto- Tune plug-in since Pro Tools has been opened.…Not just in this session, so sometimes this number can seem arbitrary.…But if you have lots of Auto-Tune instances that's how you could match up the…MIDI output with the plug -in on a specific track.…
- 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