#1
Anyone know of a program for doing this?

And any tips on enhancing vocals, I can't really sing but I like to record the whole song to see how it sounds overall.
#2
Well, Enhance how xd?

For professionally recording vocals, it will sometimes be done at a sentence or even word by word, time consuming but, its how its done sometimes.

Although, adding subtle reverb can do wonders.
#4
sonar cakewalk has a vocal tuner which works well
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#5
Scoop the mids to thin out the frequency range so you can hear it clearly without having it take over the mix, add some reverb, add compression.

This is a free, pretty basic autotuner. It's useless if you're way out, but if your vocals waver a couple of cents out when you're singing long notes, it's a godsend.

http://www.gvst.co.uk/gsnap.htm
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Scoop the mids to thin out the frequency range so you can hear it clearly without having it take over the mix, add some reverb, add compression.

This is a free, pretty basic autotuner. It's useless if you're way out, but if your vocals waver a couple of cents out when you're singing long notes, it's a godsend.

http://www.gvst.co.uk/gsnap.htm


Nice one man! I'll be interested in using that Thanks a lot
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Quote by rabidguitarist
Scoop the mids to thin out the frequency range so you can hear it clearly without having it take over the mix, add some reverb, add compression.

This is a free, pretty basic autotuner. It's useless if you're way out, but if your vocals waver a couple of cents out when you're singing long notes, it's a godsend.

http://www.gvst.co.uk/gsnap.htm


Im gonna sound like a tard but I downloaded it and what do you open it with? I mean I extracted it but I need to open it with another application
#8
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Im gonna sound like a tard but I downloaded it and what do you open it with? I mean I extracted it but I need to open it with another application


It's a VST plugin. It has to go in your VSTs folder, and it will be available as an effects plugin on whatever DAW you use.
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#9
all the antares stuff. i use this one called throat and it makes your voice sound more manly lol
#10
The best I've found is Celemony's Melodyne plugin. It analyses the waveform and lets you correct pitch note by note, and also completely change the character or melody of a vocal line.

It's quite expensive but I got it for free. PM me if you want details.
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Scoop the mids to thin out the frequency range so you can hear it clearly without having it take over the mix, add some reverb, add compression.

This is a free, pretty basic autotuner. It's useless if you're way out, but if your vocals waver a couple of cents out when you're singing long notes, it's a godsend.

http://www.gvst.co.uk/gsnap.htm

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