Auto-Tune Enhanced

Antares pitch correction software gets an update      04/05/07
Auto-Tune Enhanced


Antares have announced that maintenance releases of all versions of Auto-Tune 5 for Mac and PC are now available. Antares say that these releases bring the features from the previous TDM and RTAS updates to all the other versions as well as add additional workflow enhancements to make your pitch correction process even easier. Here are the highlights of the new versions in Antares’ own words…
Auto-Scrolling in Graphical Mode
We have added a control to enable and disable auto-scrolling when the host transport is running in Graphical Mode.
Increased Maximum Buffer Size
For ease of working in large projects, the maximum buffer size for tracking in Graphical Mode has been increased from 999 seconds to 7200 seconds (i.e., 2 hours).
Set Option Defaults
We have added the ability to set your preferred Options dialog parameter values as the default settings for new instances of Auto-Tune 5.
Improved Curve/Line Selection
The ease with which near-vertical pitch correction lines and curves can be selected for editing has been improved.
Scroll Wheel Support
For ease of navigation, if your mouse includes a scroll wheel and your host passes it to plug-ins, it is now recognized in Graphical Mode.
Bypass "Clear All" Warning
Tired of being asked if you really mean it? In Graphical Mode, the Clear All function warning dialog can be bypassed by pressing a modifier key (host dependent) while clicking the Clear All button.
Faster Instantiation
Time is money. Auto-Tune 5 will now instantiate faster on some hosts.
Pricing and Availability:
These are free updates for all Auto-Tune 5 owners. More information:
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