Antares Auto-Tune 7 Bedienungsanleitung

Antares Auto-Tune 7
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    Retune Speed
    Auto-Tune 7 also gives you control over how
    rapidly, in time, the pitch adjustment is made
    toward the scale tone. This is set with the
    Retune Speed control (see Chapter 3 for more
    Fast Speed settings are appropriate for short
    duration notes and for mechanical instruments,
    like oboe or clarinet, whose pitch typically
    changes almost instantly. A fast enough setting
    will also minimize or completely remove a
    vibrato, as well as produce the iconic Auto-Tune
    Vocal Effect.
    Slow Speed settings, on the other hand, are
    appropriate for longer notes where you want
    expressive pitch gestures (like vibrato) to
    come through at the output and for vocal and
    instrumental styles that are typified by gradual
    slides (portamento) between pitches. An
    appropriately selected slow setting can leave
    expressive gestures intact while moving the
    average pitch to the correct tonal center.
    Auto-Tune 7 allows real-time adjustment of the
    depth of any natural vibrato present in the input.
    Auto-Tune 7 can also add a vibrato to an input
    that does not naturally exhibit one. You can
    program the vibrato rate along with individual
    vibrato depths for pitch, amplitude (loudness)
    and formant (resonant frequencies). You can
    also specify delayed vibrato with independently
    programmable onset delay and onset rate.
    By combining a fast Retune Speed setting with
    Auto-Tune 7’s Vibrato settings, you can even
    remove a performer’s own vibrato and replace
    it with Auto-Tune 7s programmed vibrato, all in
    real time. Also, unusual combinations of Vibrato
    Waveform, Rate and Depth settings can be
    used for some interesting special effects
    An Example of Automatic Mode Correction
    As an example, consider this before-and-
    after graphic representation of the pitch of a
    vocal phrase that contains both vibrato and
    expressive gestures.
    In the original performance, we can see that
    although thenal note should be centered
    around D, the vocalist allowed the tail of the
    note to fall nearly three semitones flat. The
    after” plot is the result of passing this phrase
    through Auto-Tune 7’s Automatic Mode
    programmed to a D Major Scale (with C# and B
    set to Remove) and a Retune Speed setting
    of 25. That Retune Speed causes the pitch
    center to be moved to D, while still retaining
    the vibrato and expressive gestures. (Setting
    C# and B to Remove is necessary to keep
    Auto-Tune 7 from trying to correct the seriously
    flat tail of the last note to those pitches. See
    Chapter 3 for more details.)
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Antares Auto-Tune 7-Spezifikationen

Marke Antares
Model Auto-Tune 7
Produkte Audio-Software
EAN 7300500400
Sprache Englisch
Dateityp PDF