[LAU] Open Source Pitch Correction?
zettberlin at linuxuse.de
Thu Feb 19 15:28:15 EST 2009
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Christopher Stamper schrieb:
> I know it's been asked before...
> Is there any real open-source pitch correction software for use with Jack? I
> use Ardour,
If the glitches are not too extreme, you can do it with LADSPA
am-pitchshifter. Insert it in the given track, open the automation-menu
(the tiny "a" in the trackhead) and choose Plugins/Pitch Shift. Then
draw a automation-line as needed in the auto-track - you need to set the
Mode from "manual" to "Play", to hear the results.
Good luck ;-)
Find the places that you want to correct,
and find that I could really benefit from something like this,
> for my vocals...
> I know some of you don't like pitch correction, but sometimes it's very
It is always better to push it to the best one can do without digital
assistance. In the end I would prefer a untainted vocal recording with
some slight uncertainties in pitch ....
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