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Antares Audio Technology Auto-Tune EFX 2

Pitch Shifter / Time Stretcher from Antares Audio Technology belonging to the Auto-Tune series.

Public price: $129 incl. VAT

Antares announced the availability of Auto-Tune EFX 2, the next generation of the real-time pitch correction tool and creating the Auto-Tune Vocal Effect, now with Auto-Motion Vocal Pattern Generation.

Powered by the same technology as Antares' Auto-Tune 7, Auto-Tune EFX 2 is a tool for real-time pitch correction and creating the iconic Auto-Tune Vocal Effect. And now, with its new Auto-Motion Vocal Pattern Generation, you can add a variety of musical patterns to your track for a new vocal effect.

 

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Auto-Tune EFX provides two different flavors of the Auto-Tune Vocal Effect as well as Antares' real-time pitch correction. Select your desired effect type, set the key and scale of your track, and Auto-Tune EFX does the rest. For songs with complex chord progressions or modulations, you can optionally set up custom scales or use your host's automation facility to allow the processing of vocal lines.

 

New in Auto-Tune EFX 2 is Auto-Motion Vocal Pattern Generation. Auto-Motion uses Auto-Tune's pitch-shifting ability to add musical patterns to a vocal performance. Patterns are selected from a built-in (and expandable) library in a variety of styles and can be synced to your host's tempo at various beat divisions. At any point in your vocal track, you can click the Auto-Motion Trigger button to send your vocal on ''a melodic adventure.''

 

Pricing:

USD 129

 

You can learn more about it here: Auto-Tune EFX 2 and download a 10-day trial version (iLok required).

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