NAMM 2018: There are plenty of pitch correction plugins out there, but Auto-Tune remains by far the most famous, with its name having transcended the world of music production. Now Antares has unveiled Auto-Tune Pro - the successor to Auto-Tune 8 - which offers a new interface that streamlines the workflow.
Whether you’re in Automatic or Graphical mode, Auto-Tune Pro is designed to help you to work “faster and smarter”. There’s automatic key detection via the Auto-Key feature, ARA support for compatible VST3 DAWs, and a new Settings menu that houses commonly-used preferences for session-specific settings.
There’s also MIDI CC control of parameters in Automatic Mode and HiDPI support for Retina and other high-resolution displays. A Classic mode can be used if you want to recreate the Auto-Tune 5 sound.
Auto-Tune Pro will be available in the first quarter of the year priced at $399. Anyone who purchased the software on or after 1 January will be entitled to a free upgrade, and upgrade packages will be offered to other registered users.
Head on over to the Antares website for more.
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