Auto-Tune EFX VST

Auto-Tune EFX VST 2.0

Pitch correction and vocal effects creation tool
3.9  (67 votes)
2.0.1 (See all)
Allows real-time pitch correction and vocal effects creation. Provides new variable Retune Speed to fine tune pitch processing and humanize controls for realistic pitch correction. Auto-Motion Vocal Pattern Generation supported.

Auto-Tune EFX VST 1.0 is a software instrument program that corrects and processes pitch and pitch quantization, which can stand alone or be hosted as a plug-in with VST and RTAS applications.
The program allows users engaged in computer based audio recordings an automatic method of pitch correction. Users need only select a desired effect type from the program’s easy to use interface, set the key and scale of their track, and the Auto-Tune EFX VST 1.0 plug-in will automatically process the vocals. To customize settings, in the case of complex chord progressions or modulations, users have the option of setting up their own custom type scales or choosing to use their host programs to automatically process virtually any vocal line.

To work effectively in the Auto Tune Vocal Effect feature, the Auto-Tune EFX VST 1.0 program needs to work out what pitches are being sung by pitch detection, that’s if the program knows the range of the vocal part. A pop up menu for selecting vocal type is featured and provides users with 4 choices, Soprano, Alto/Tenor, Barritone/Bass and Instrument (any sound that is not a voice). This particular feature works by limiting each note to an exact pitch, stripping out any variations and then forcing instantaneous transitions. Users can add or subtract scale notes to create distinctly different results and can set the Type of Effect they want. To achieve the vocal effect popularly used by Cher, users would select the Hard EFX setting. Soft EFX provides a variation and less transition notes. The Pitch Correct feature provides real time correction of intonation problems.

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Review summary

Pros

  • Fast and Easy operation

Cons

  • Expensive for a plug in
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