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svanurmg
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Hello.

Is there a autotune function in Studio one?? or is it some Vst plugin that I neet...I´m new at this and not a big fan of autotune but I would like to try some fun things
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No dedicated plugin like that in S1 (at least not yet). But you might want to look at something like Izotope Nectar or similar.

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Antares Autotune, Celemony Melodyne or Waves Tune are also good alternatives.
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KeroVee is a free alternative much better if you want to go creative with the formant shifter, Gsnap is other free one, both are 32bits only ...
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Anyone tried to run a third party auto tune at a live gig? Results? I'm concerned this will crash my system...
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Probably wont be the best experience. Plugs like that are resource intensive. Melodyne gets cranky at low buffer settings, as I am sure most do. Melodyne recommends a buffer of at least 1024. It works lower but can get choppy with higher track counts.
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pc999 wrote:KeroVee is a free alternative much better if you want to go creative with the formant shifter, Gsnap is other free one, both are 32bits only ...


That is a fun one.
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That's what I thought. I had a recent inquiry from a client who thought it'd be the cat's ass to have that running for live gigs. Someone told him all the BIG acts have it in their tech riders these days. He doesn't realize those guys have the budget to make that happen. I'm not buying an $80k console so I can run real time auto tune at a club gig!
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tbourgoine wrote:That's what I thought. I had a recent inquiry from a client who thought it'd be the cat's ass to have that running for live gigs. Someone told him all the BIG acts have it in their tech riders these days. He doesn't realize those guys have the budget to make that happen. I'm not buying an $80k console so I can run real time auto tune at a club gig!


Running it on soundgrid is a LITTLE different than a laptop.

Sigh......what ever happened to vocal lessons?
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I guess lessons went out with ugly musicians... My question was, "Why not use in ear monitors or a vocal pedal with auto tuning?"
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if you get creative with your editing, you can roughly (and i do mean ROUGHLY) auto tune a track after recording. using the slice tool, just separate where each note changes in the melody and use the tune function when you right click on the event. i wouldnt expect stellar results. although this method has worked well for me if say a single note in a perfect take on a guitar solo was wrong. little things can be tweaked and sound ok... ive never tried an entire vocal track in this manner.. just some food for thought..
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I've tried an entire track for a VERY large file(Vocal track, 1 entire live set)..... I had to shut down my machine. I know it can be done both in the studio and live, but..... it requires TONS of processing.
 
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