#1
Heyo

So basically I'm just looking for a good reliable autotune vst i can use. i don't want a super autotuny t-pain thing, just something to fix a couple notes.

Lemme know what you guys reccomend!

Aaron
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#2
Quote by rhoadsboy815
Heyo

So basically I'm just looking for a good reliable autotune vst i can use. i don't want a super autotuny t-pain thing, just something to fix a couple notes.

Lemme know what you guys reccomend!

Aaron

http://freemusicsoftware.org/category/free-vst-effects-2/pitch-correction
http://www.musicradar.com/news/tech/free-pitch-correction-plug-in-released-237313

Are those good? Idk but they are free. You can't be picky when it comes to cheap pitch correction, as its not a simple thing to make.

Some DAWs come with pitch correction btw.
#5
Quote by Vendetta V
I guess Reapitch is pretty good comes with reaper or might be in the realplugs
go to reaper's page and investigate



reapitch can only change the pitch of an entire track, you cant go in and correct individual notes


visualvox works well once you get used to the interface, its the first download in the first link that firehawk posted
#6
Quote by rickyj
reapitch can only change the pitch of an entire track, you cant go in and correct individual notes

You can easily automate the pitch shifting; I use it as an effect on guitars and vocals a lot.
#8
Quote by rickyj
reapitch can only change the pitch of an entire track, you cant go in and correct individual notes



Reapitch can do single notes I have done it many times.
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