440 mhz to 456 or detune synths

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2017/07/04 12:09:35 (permalink)

440 mhz to 456 or detune synths

Hello again ,so I have sonar platinum, i would like to change the soft synth tune so that I can create some tracks for an old detuned instrument, any good soft synth engine out there that have this feature???
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    Re: 440 mhz to 456 or detune synths 2017/07/04 12:15:54 (permalink)
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    Re: 440 mhz to 456 or detune synths 2017/07/04 13:15:26 (permalink)
    I think Some of the included synths in sonar let you choose the reference pitch.

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    Re: 440 mhz to 456 or detune synths 2017/07/04 17:46:15 (permalink)
    Thank you, i guess I've made the same mistake again mhz ,the problem is that I have to change and rechangr the tune almost every time I play ,only because the o live instrument that i play have the tendency to change the tune, ( temperature and humidity facture) so I need to change all the soft synth tracks tune quickly on live events with the exception of drums and percussion
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    Re: 440 mhz to 456 or detune synths 2017/07/07 21:57:09 (permalink)
    Hmm... That IS a problem.
    If only Sonar had a "master tuning" feature that changed all the plugins at once! 
    Other than that, I really don't know how to even save the edited tunings on a plugin!
    I DO understand the need for it completely though. We record our music at 432Hz vs 440. I invested in a Peterson strobe tuner that would let us accurately tune everything.
    What about recording the instrument first? Then add the rest later, one by one, so you wont have to worry about the instrument changing it's pitch?
    Just an idea. Good luck!
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    Re: 440 mhz to 456 or detune synths 2017/07/07 22:25:27 (permalink)
    Hey there so i see I'm not the only one with the tune problem ,gou see my problem that I play thw detuned live instrument....well....live and the base is pre recorded ,this is why I have to take my laptop and change tune on stage if I have to
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