#1
Hi guys, I'm at the moment recording some music just for fun, I do a lot of singing, however since I have very limited time, I do the vocal tracks in very few takes, I miss a few notes, especially extreme highs. To save time I'm looking at vocal correction software, does anyone know of any good programs/models that will help me out?

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#5
auto tuners are what all the RB&B people are abusing lately... think T-pain
#6
Auto-Tune's the obvious one. you dont have to have that T-Pain effect if you dont want it. it was made to do what you're wanting it to do.

Melodyne is another good one.
#7
Auto tune for aiding porpuses, like you is OK

But as an instrument, like the pop-"stars" are using. NOT ****ING OK.
#8
Just because Atotune has been massively abused by the pop music industry doesn't negate its original purpose - ie, a useful tool to correct one or two mistakes.

There is a freeware vst called Gsnap which does the job reasonably well. The learning curve on this kind of software can be pretty step though.
#9
Quote by kyle62
Just because Atotune has been massively abused by the pop music industry doesn't negate its original purpose - ie, a useful tool to correct one or two mistakes.

There is a freeware vst called Gsnap which does the job reasonably well. The learning curve on this kind of software can be pretty step though.

Download it here
http://www.gvst.co.uk/gsnap.htm


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#10
Quote by theGlitch
auto tuners are what all the RB&B people are abusing lately... think T-pain


T-pain isn't abusing autotune, he's using it. In order to get the kind of result he gets, even if he's painstakingly altering everything in graphic mode, you have to put a lot of work in.

OP: I like the plugin version Melodyne. There isn't really anything that is completely transparent when it comes to pitch correction but I think Melodyne is easier to work with than Autotune and I can usually tweak a slightly better result out of Melodyne. If you have a lot of pitch drift all programs/plugins will give you a hard time though.
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