Antares Autotune Artist is the new real-time vocal multitool
Antares Autotune Artist is the latest upgrade from vocal processing giants, with all the real-time feature of the pro version.
Hate it or love it, Autotone is certainly one of the most notable vocal processing tools of the last decade.
What was originally designed to correct subtle nuances in a singer’s pitch, has become a staple in modern pop music production.
Antares Autotune Artist is the new addition to the professional vocal processing line-up, offering all of the real-time controls as it’s professional counterpart, in a sleek, streamlined and easy-to-use interface.
The system has been optimized for real-time and low-latency performance, making it the perfect solution for quick fixes or live performances.
Autotune Artist features a basic or advanced mode for easy navigation, it features Antares’ “flexi-tune” mode to maintain a far more natural and transparent pitch-correction, or use “classic” mode for that traditional Autotune 5 sound.
The plugin is compatible with the Antares Auto-Key plugin, allowing you to grab MIDI data from another channel and automatically apply vocal pitch correction that correlates to the scale of the incoming MIDI data.
Already own a previous version of Autotune?
Autotune Artist is a great way to upgrade a current Autotune basic or ESX version, as it adds all of the real time features of the pro version – automatic formant correction, adjustable throat modelling and advanced vibrato controls.
The plugin has become far more than just a pitch-correction tool, it’s an entirely unique vocal instrument allowing you to truly make the most of any vocal recording.
Antares Autotune Artist is compatible with all major DAWs on the market, it’s available for PC and Mac, and ships as a VST3 or AAX plugin.
The plugin retails at USD $299 (Around R4600) however if you own a previous Autotune Live or Autotune EFX you can upgrade for USD $99 (Around R1500). If you have Autotune access you can upgrade for USD $199 (Around R3000).
For more information check out the Antares website here.