[LAU] Open Source Pitch Correction?
christopherstamper at gmail.com
Thu Feb 19 15:45:25 EST 2009
On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 3:28 PM, Hartmut Noack <zettberlin at linuxuse.de>wrote:
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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.
Last time I tried, the pitch-shifter just destroyed the vocal. I'll try
again, and hope for the best...
> 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
> > helpful.
> 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 ....
So do I. Problem is, I'm not as perfect-pitch as I'd like to think... ;-)
Email: christopherstamper at gmail.com
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