Combining the classic vocoder with Antares’ popular pitch processor, this plug‑in is capable of some pretty 'out there' effects.
Antares' EFX version of Auto‑Tune was designed specifically to create less-than-natural vocal effects, and this 'plus'...
Antares' Auto‑Tune needs no introduction, and the company have now launched a super‑simple version that is more...
Auto-Tune keeps evolving, and the latest version incorporates both its best pitch-correction ever and a nod to its past.
Antares kicked off the pitch correction revolution with Auto-Tune back in 1997. At the NAMM show, they're...
Antares’ efforts to apply their pitch-correction technology to guitar products continues, with this versatile pedal-format processor.
Pitch-correction software has lots of uses besides putting vocals in tune! We uncover the creative roles to which today’s pitch processors can be employed.
Auto-Tune is said to be the biggest-selling plug-in of all time. How does the new version shape up against the competition?
Auto-Tune has been the industry-standard pitch-correction tool ever since its 1997 release. Does the latest Evo version keep the competition at bay?
With their new plug-in suite, Antares promise to let you change the character of the human voice.
Antares certainly don't believe in the 'less is more' maxim, if this new filtering effect is anything to go by.
Antares have packed their acclaimed Auto-Tune and mic modelling processes, along with dynamics and EQ, into this 1U rack unit.
Hugh Robjohns checks out the new hardware incarnation of Antares' award-winning microphone-modelling software.
Paul White tries out something that he wishes had been available back in his intensive gigging days — a box that automatically puts your vocals in tune in real time!
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