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Antares unleash Auto-Tune Pro 11

New Harmony Player & Graph Mode improvements

Antares Auto Tune Pro 11 pitch-correction vocal tuning software

The latest major update to Antares’ hugely popular pitch-correction software has arrived, delivering a set of completely new features along with enhancements to its existing capabilities and a number of GUI improvements. 

Auto-Tune Pro 11 brings with it an integrated Harmony Player, which allows users to create and mix four-part harmonies directly from within the plug-in — the parts can even be played like an instrument thanks to MIDI triggering capabilities. Each part comes equipped with a set of formant, pan and level controls, and there’s a master section kitted out with a global EQ and envelope, gate and width parameters. 

The recently introduced Graph Mode benefits from an expanded set of tools, with new keyboard shortcuts and improved zooming and navigation features aiming to speed up the editing process. The company have also implemented a new Graph Mode Wizard which will provide guidance for new users. Based on user feedback, both Graph Mode and Auto-Mode have also been treated to a refreshed GUI that promises enhanced readability and ease of editing. 

Last but not least, Auto-Tune’s MIDI mapping facilities have been overhauled in an effort to improve the process of assigning the plug-in’s controls to hardware surfaces. 


Auto-Tune Pro 11 is supported on PCs running Windows 10 or 11, and Macs running macOS 11 and higher. VST3, AU and AAX plug-in versions are available. 

Pricing & Availability

Auto-Tune Pro 11 is available now, and is available as part of Antares’ Auto-Tune Unlimited subscription, or as an individual perpetual license. Subscriptions are priced at $24.99 / month or $174.99 / year. A perpetual license costs $459, and includes a six-month trial of Auto-Tune Unlimited.

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