[linux-audio-user] Re: Note tuning and quantizer in audio files

Greg Murphy public_gmm at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Jul 6 12:32:47 EDT 2004

> I have a friend who runs a Pro Tools-based semi-pro studio in his 
> basement (and just about had to take out a second mortgage to pay for
> it!), and he showed me some plugins that handle note tuning.  He
> played 
> me an example with a singer unprocessed and then processed.  It was 
> pretty neat, to say the least, but I have to say that the end result 
> sounded over-processed to my ears.  It can make a mediocre singer
> sound 
> good, that's for sure!  I'm not sure I would use it for something
> like a 
> guitar, though, where subtle nuances in fingering could be ruined by 
> trying to tune microtonic bends.
> -- Brett
A bit of gentle adjustment with Antares Autotune is pretty transparent.
 Taking things to another level though try and have a play with
Melodyne. It is the bees gonads


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