Auto tune for Sonar

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machiavelli
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2005/07/07 09:16:33 (permalink)

Auto tune for Sonar

hi guyz im a newbee here:) im using sonar4 producer ed. i wonder if Sonar has fx auto tuning? like Antares auto tuning device...is der such plug-in?
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    kevinb511
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    RE: Auto tune for Sonar 2005/07/07 09:44:20 (permalink)
    Sonar does not have it's own auto-tune plug in, but if you are thinking of buying one look into Melodyne before you buy Auto-Tune. Check out the demo video of it here http://www.celemony.com/cms/index.php?id=256 it is amazing!

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    agincourtdb
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    RE: Auto tune for Sonar 2005/07/07 09:50:43 (permalink)
    Sonar doesn't have realtime pitch correction, though it does have good pitch and time stretching.

    For Plug-ins, you might want to research Voice tweaker pro as well as Akai Pitch Right and OBTune (I don't think the distributor for OB TUne is correct in this link, you may have to search for a place to actually get it.



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    ohhey
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    RE: Auto tune for Sonar 2005/07/07 10:25:53 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: machiavelli

    hi guyz im a newbee here:) im using sonar4 producer ed. i wonder if Sonar has fx auto tuning? like Antares auto tuning device...is der such plug-in?


    I don't think tuning should be done in real time. Tuning is something that needs to be done by selection one section at a time, that way you can make adjustments each time and do the best correction for the material. Adding autotune to the effects bin with only one setting for the entire track doesn't work very well unless you are using it for a special effect. Also, any other adjustments you make to the track such as volume or EQ can cause your autotune settings to become invalid. To do a pro job with autotune you need to open the clip in a wav editor like Sound Forge and use the plugin by selection to fix just the notes that need it.
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    Rick O Shay
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    RE: Auto tune for Sonar 2005/07/07 13:16:26 (permalink)
    I'll second that. Pitch correction done as a non-realtime process will always sound much more natural. Often, part of what makes vocal tracks great are their slight nuances and imperfections. Realtime autotuning does not have the benefit of analyzing content in context.
    Two thumbs up for Melodyne. I don't use it to make vocal tracks sound "perfect". I use it to make them sound "right".
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