Keep In Tune With Auto-Tune 4

The latest Antares update gives you more flexibility      29/04/04
Auto-Tune 4 - the must have pitch correction plugin. is now available for Mac TDM (OS 9 and OS X), Mac RTAS (OS 9 and OS X), Mac VST (OS 9 and OS X), MAS (OS 9 and OS X), PC RTAS, and DirectX. Auto-Tune 4 builds on the power of Auto-Tune 3 to add a host of useful new features designed to provide new capabilities while at the same time streamlining operation. Key new Auto-Tune 4 features include: Automatic Mode
  • The ability to specify target note behaviors (Scale Note, Remove, Bypass) in individual octaves
  • Virtual keyboard for target note control
  • Improved Targeting option for problem vibratos
  • Enhanced Vibrato functions for more realistic (or wacky) vibratos
  • A Hold function to help analyze pitch errors
  • Other assorted niceties (Dual Detune display, new Scale Edit buttons, etc.) Graphical Mode
  • Larger Pitch Edit Display
  • Seriously expanded and reworked Graphical Editing Tools
  • Multi-level Undo/Redo (up to 20 levels)
  • Vibrato Scaling for modifying the depth of vibrato while maintaining its shape and character
  • Streamlined navigation controls
  • Cursor Pitch Display (back again by popular demand)
  • Selectable Edit Display color schemes Other
  • 192kHz compatibility (host and hardware dependent)
  • Selectable knob control
  • Sleek new interface Upgrades from all previous versions of Auto-Tune are available. Note: If you purchased any version of Auto-Tune 3 after December 1, 2003, you are entitled to a free upgrade to Auto-Tune 4. See web site for details. To learn all about Auto-Tune 4 and download a fully functional 10 day trial version, point your browser to:
  • http://www.antarestech.com/products/auto-tune4.html If you are a current Auto-Tune owner and already know you want to upgrade, you can go straight to the Upgrade Order Form at:
  • http://transactions.antarestech.com:8088/RegAuth/Auto Upgrade.asp More From: ANTARES
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