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ANTARES Auto-Tune 5 Guide

What’s New in Auto-Tune 5

• Improved pitch detection algorithm: While Auto Tune’s patented pitch detection technology has always provided unmatched speed and accuracy, Auto-Tune 5 introduces improvements in performance with marginal quality (noisy, poorly isolated, etc.) audio.
• A sleek new interface: As Auto-Tune’s features have proliferated from version to version, we have continually focused on maintaining its ease of use. With Auto-Tune 5, we have undertaken a complete graphic redesign. The result is both easy on the eyes and logically groups related controls for intuitive functionality.
• Consolidated Pitch Tracking control: The previously separate Automatic and Graphical Mode Tracking controls have been consolidated into a single control and relocated to the Options dialog for set-it-and- forget-it simplicity.
• Humanize function: For those concerned about pitch correction that is “too perfect,” the Humanize function allows you to set a fast retune speed for short notes, while still allowing natural variation in held notes, for results that are even more natural and realistic.
• Realtime natural vibrato adjustment: The new realtime Natural Vibrato function allows you to modify (either increasing or decreasing) the depth of any vibrato that is present in the original performance.
• Larger Pitch Edit Display: As you’ve no doubt noticed, the Pitch Edit Display is now bigger. Lots bigger.
• Sync to host transport (host dependent): For hosts that provide valid time information, Auto-Tune 5 will now maintain sync with the host program. Once you have tracked audio and created correction curves, you can move around in your track at will. No more having to always start playback at exactly the same location.
• Selectable Clock Source: For hosts that do not provide valid time information, Auto-Tune 5’s clock display and selection functions let you use an internal time reference for Auto- Tune 4 style operation.
• Realtime pitch tracking display: During the Track Pitch process, the graphic representation of the pitch will be displayed in realtime as the audio plays.
• Full-time correction mode (host dependent): Whenever Auto-Tune 5 is not specifically tracking audio (and correction curves exist), Auto-Tune 5 will be operating in correction mode. There is no longer any need to press a “Correct Pitch” button. Besides being convenient, that makes possible the following feature:
• Multiple simultaneous Graphical Mode instances (host dependent): You can now have multiple instances of Auto-Tune Graphical Mode operating on different tracks simultaneously, even if their windows are not open. In previous versions, since you had to have plug-in windows open
to engage Correct Pitch mode, only open instances could be active. No longer.
• Editing functions no longer modal: You can now use all of the graphical editing features while Auto-Tune 5 is either tracking or correcting pitch.
• Enhanced Envelope Display functionality: We’ve made some changes to the Envelope Display to make it much more useful for quick and easy navigation around your audio:
When in “ALL” mode, the display automatically scales to precisely encompass the tracked audio (rather than defaulting to the entire length of the buffer).
The behavior of the various editing tools has been changed such that for every tool except the I-Beam, moving the cursor onto the Envelope Display causes the tool to temporarily change into the Magnifying Glass Tool (perfect for quickly moving to another portion of your audio without having to manually change tools).
Using the I-Beam to make a selection on the Envelope Display now automatically causes the Pitch Graph Display to move to the selected audio.
• Realtime graphical vibrato depth adjustment: The Adjust Vibrato control allows you to modify the depth of vibrato in your audio while preserving the contour of the original vibrato. Moving this control results in a real-time graphical representation of the resulting vibrato contour.
• Dedicated Snap To Note button: When using the Line Tool, clicking this button constrains the tool to exact scale notes.
• Dedicated Clear All Data function: Provides a convenient method to instantly clear all saved tracked audio and correction curve data.

2011-09-23, 20:13:10
Category: FX / Plugins | Added by: BLJAK_
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1. jorge dxs (jorgedxs)
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