Auto-Tune - The Next Generation

Antares launch Auto-Tune Evo      19/08/08

Auto-Tune - The Next Generation


Antares have announced the availability of Auto-Tune Evo, the next generation of the worldwide standard in professional pitch correction. They tell us that Auto-Tune Evo represents the most substantial advancement in power and ease-of-use since Auto-Tune’s original introduction in 1997.
Antares say that, while Auto Tune’s patented technology has always provided unmatched speed, accuracy, and audio quality, for Auto-Tune Evo, Dr. Andy has gone back to the proverbial drawing board to create a seriously evolved voice processing technology that takes advantage of the hugely more powerful computers that are now the norm for digital audio recording.
The result is Evoâ„¢ Voice Processing Technology, offering powerful new features and capabilities along with pitch detection and correction that is substantially more accurate and reliable over a much wider range of audio input quality.

Pricing and Availability:
Auto-Tune Evo is available now for TDM (Mac+PC), RTAS (Mac+PC), VST (Mac+PC) and AU (Mac). Boxed copies will be available at Antares dealers later this month.
Mac & PC Native: $399.00
Mac & PC TDM and Native: $649.00
Upgrades to Auto-Tune Evo are available to registered Auto-Tune owners (including owners of AVOX AT and the TDM Production Suite).
More information and fully functional 10 day trial version:



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