Auto-Tune Upgraded

Version 7 now allows correction of timing errors      22/10/10

Auto-Tune Upgraded


Antares have announced the availability of Auto-Tune 7, Here's what they have to say...
Auto-Tune 7 is the next generation of the worldwide standard in professional pitch (and now time) correction.
Auto-Tune 7 represents the most substantial advancement in capability and ease-of-use since Auto-Tune's original introduction in 1997. Featuring a new-from-the-ground-up time manipulation system seamlessly integrated into the Graphical Mode interface, Auto-Tune 7's time control capabilities combine an extremely high-quality time-shifting algorithm with an intuitive user interface, making it incredibly easy to correct timing errors or exercise your creative imagination.
Auto-Tune 7 also features the second generation of Antares' Evo™ Voice Processing Technology, offering even more natural pitch shifting and throat modeling, along with a host of time-saving workflow enhancements.
Auto-Tune 7 is available now for RTAS (Mac+PC), VST (Mac+PC) and AU (Mac). (Auto-Tune 7 for TDM will be arriving in the near future.)
Upgrades to Auto-Tune 7 are available to registered Auto-Tune owners (including owners of previous versions of the Auto-Tune Vocal Studio). To upgrade, head on over to the Antares Software Upgrade page and follow the directions there.
Learn all about Auto-Tune 7, download a fully functional 10 day trial version (iLok USB smartkey and account at ilok.com required), then pick up your own copy at your Antares dealer or our online store.
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