AVOX Evo Available

The next generation of the Antares Vocal Toolkit      24/07/09

AVOX Evo Available


Antares have announced the availability of AVOX Evo, the next generation of the Antares Vocal Toolkit. Here's what they have to say about it...
Now featuring Antares' seriously evolved Evo Voice Processing Technology, AVOX Evo combines ten state-of-the-art vocal processing modules to give you the power you need to create stunning vocal tracks in any musical style as well as design unique vocal effects for audio post-production applications.
New in AVOX Evo is the incorporation of Dr. Andy's groundbreaking Evo Voice Processing technology, first seen (and heard) in Auto-Tune Evo. The result is an entirely new level of sonic performance. With faster, more accurate pitch detection, smoother, artifact-free pitch shifting, and seamless, natural-sounding (if you want it to be) throat modeling, AVOX Evo plug-ins just work better. Leaving you free to focus on creating your music.
Other additions include redesigned user interfaces for the original five AVOX plug-ins, five integrated channels of our unique CHOIR Vocal Multiplier in Harmony Engine Evo, high-quality pitch shifting in THROAT Evo, tempo-synced alienization rate in MUTATOR Evo, and more.
Pricing and Availability:
See website for pricing.
Upgrades to AVOX Evo are available to registered AVOX, AVOX 2 and Harmony Engine owners (including owners of Auto-Tune Vocal Studio Native and TDM).
More information and a fully functional 10 day trial version:


Antares Audio Technologies DUO Evo - Vocal Modeling Auto-Doubler Plug-In (Download)
$49.00


Antares Audio Technologies Auto-Tune 7 TDM/RTAS - Pitch and Time Correction Plug-In (Download)
$299.00


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