Auto-Tune pitch correction plug-in gets updated

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Antares updated its vocal and instrument pitch correction plug-in Auto-Tune, adding several new features and settings.

A new option has been added allowing the user to turn on or off the display of the Output Pitch Curve in Graphical Mode. Because this is something the company feels will be used often, a toggle key command has also been added to quickly switch back and forth.

Antares implemented automatic delay compensation when using the Pro Tools AudioSuite, negating the need to manually move corrected audio. The company also added the ability to respond to the QWERTY number keys, so now Logic, Digital Performer and other Audio Unit users can take advantage of Auto-Tune Evo’s assignable Key Binding system.

Auto-Tune is a free update for users of the current version. For new users, the software costs $399.

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