Revoice Pro now available on Windows
Revoice Pro, the track doubling and harmony creating software that was previously only available on Mac OS X, has been ported to Windows.
Revoice Pro is now in version 2.2, an update that adds Windows version of the software and also brings on both platforms an audio monitoring plug-in, improves the creation process and allows for working on larger sessions of the software.
Revoice Pro includes the features of Synchro Arts VocAlign audio sync and can be used for creating harmonies or doubling voices and instruments.
The update is free for users of version 1 or 2, the software costs 449.10€ for new customers but it can be rented for three months for 134.74€.
You can also download a trial version from www.synchroarts.com.
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