Auto-Tune EFX For 75% Less Before 24th Sept

Could be just whats missing in your life      20/09/11
Auto-Tune EFX For 75% Less Before 24th Sept


Need a little help in the vocal department? Or perhaps you want to apply some currently in-vogue, hardcore Hard pitch  quantization made infamous by Auto-Tune and T-pain.

Antares are offering a 75% discount on Auto-Tune EFX - their most affordable pitch-correction for vocal, noramlly $129. Now with this discount (if you buy before Septeber 24th 2011) its just $29.

The discounted $29 price is only available through their dealer network, btw, so after you check it out at the Antares site, try here to get the best price.

Available as RTAS, VST (Mac and PC) and AU (Mac), you'll be able to give your vocals some correctional treatment for less.

 

The Auto-Tune Vocal Effect
In this example, the classic Auto-Tune Hard Pitch is used Steven Sherak's vocal on his song, Hidin'.

The original vocal

Processed in Hard EFX mode by Auto-Tune EFX

 

 

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3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
LagrangeAudio    Said...

The problem with this is that it needs iLok which adds a not insignificant extra cost. They could sell it for $1 and it would make little difference IMHO. I have two eLicensers which apparently won't work as a key store for this.

20-Sep-11 09:09 PM


Nick B    Said...

Really? That is poor, iLok is like $50 or something right? I mean it doesnt make sense if its entry level, why would you want an iLok too.

21-Sep-11 05:19 AM


LagrangeAudio    Said...

Bottom right of the website: http://www.antarestech.com/products/auto-tune-efx.shtml

21-Sep-11 05:50 AM


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