Auto-Tune In A Powered Plug-In

Universal Audio releases Auto-Tune Realtime for UAD-2 and Apollo Platforms      17/05/17

Auto-Tune In A Powered Plug-In


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Universal Audio has announced the release of UAD Software v9.2. Alongside the new UA-developed SSL 4000 G Bus Compressor Collection and Pure Plate Reverb, this latest software release also offers plug-in titles from UA's direct developer partners including Antares Auto-Tune Realtime. This is what they have to say about it...

Legendary for its vocal enhancing and creative applications, the Antares Auto-Tune effect revolutionized vocal production and has become a must-have tool for the modern music producer's toolkit.

Developed by Antares and available exclusively for UAD-2 hardware and Apollo interfaces, the Antares Auto-Tune Realtime plug-in offers genuine low-latency Auto-Tune effects popularized by the likes of Cher, Daft Punk, and Kanye West, as well as subtle, realtime pitch correction.

When combined with an Apollo audio interface, Auto-Tune Realtime provides the lowest latency in the industry for Auto-Tune pitch correction. With Realtime UAD Processing via Apollo's Console application, Apollo users can use Auto-Tune without the processing latency inherent in native systems.

Antares Auto-Tune Realtime Plug-In Key Features:

  • Realtime Auto-Tune® pitch correction for Apollo audio interfaces and UAD-2 hardware
  • Ultra low-latency on stage or when tracking in the studio
  • Realtime MIDI control of target notes during performances
  • Vibrato, Humanize, and Flex-Tune controls for natural-sounding pitch correction
  • Includes Artist Presets from Mike Dean, Jess Jackson, and Dean Coleman

 


Pricing and Availability:
Antares Auto-Tune Realtime $249

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