We check out Antares’ latest fine‑tuning of their flagship product.
Vocal pitch correction is fundamental to modern production styles, and now there’s a fresh alternative to the established heavyweights.
Waves have a knack of making sophisticated plug‑ins easy to use, and this one is no exception.
The Particle 2 brings powerful granular processing to your pedalboard.
Melodyne can do far more than fix dodgy vocals. It’s also a source of inspirational guitar effects...
Have Slate Digital perfected real‑time pitch‑correction?
Combining the classic vocoder with Antares’ popular pitch processor, this plug‑in is capable of some pretty 'out there' effects.
The original Pitch Fork, reviewed back in SOS June 2015, now has a more grown‑up sibling, the Pitch Fork+.
With algorithms ported from their H9 pedal system, MicroPitch is a dual pitch-shifter and a dual delay effect with modulation.
Waves' new plug–in is more than just a vocoder...
Hedra offers auto–harmony, pitch detuning, pitch glide and various other less obvious but highly usable functions.
Auto-Tune keeps evolving, and the latest version incorporates both its best pitch-correction ever and a nod to its past.
Is it really possible to carry out studio-quality pitch-correction in real time? Waves think so...
Electro-Harmonix have always had a good reputation for their pitch-shift effects. How does their latest one compare?
Auto-Tune is said to be the biggest-selling plug-in of all time. How does the new version shape up against the competition?
The latest version of Zplane's Vielklang will not only generate harmonies from your vocals, but put them in tune first!
Pitch correction of vocal parts is now commonplace in all but a few genres. Find out how to craft a professional-sounding result.
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The latest version of the Digitech Whammy — the pedal-operated digital pitch-shifter that has been keeping guitarists amused...
BIASs latest plug-in promises a quick and easy path to a modern vocal sound.
In its new Direct Note Access, the latest version of Celemony's Melodyne introduces what might just be the most hotly anticipated piece of music technology ever. Will mixing and remixing ever be the same again?
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