If you’re looking for the best autotune product, Antares Auto-Tune Pro X brings the most advanced Auto-Tune edition ever. Antares has redesigned Graph Mode for detailed pitch and time editing. In addition, Auto Mode provides real-time correction and effects. Not only that, it runs natively on Apple Silicon.
Auto-Tune Pro X is the most recent edition of Auto-Tune Pro. It provides best-in-class tuning, an efficient workflow, and a range of innovative next-gen options for the modern musician, vocalist, producer, and mixing engineer, including Retune Speed, Flex-Tune, Humanize, and an improved Graph Mode.
Antares Auto-Tune Pro X Key Features
Automatic & Precise
Streamlined Graph Mode provides extremely precise pitch correction capabilities and Auto Mode delivers powerfully easy real-time editing.
ARA2 support for Logic and Studio One is included for both perpetual license owners and Auto-Tune Unlimited Subscribers. The 10.3.1 update added ARA2 support for Cubase/Nuendo and new ARA2 Graph mode features.
Artist Presets and Presets Manager
An exclusive collection of artist presets and a new Presets Manager to fast-track creativity.
Apple Silicon Native
Native support for Apple Silicon processors enables faster performance and increased plug-in efficiency on the latest Apple hardware.
See More, Do More
Multi-View lets you quickly switch between separate Auto-Tune tracks in a single window to edit multiple vocals, faster.
Industry Standard Pitch Correction
Classic Auto-Tune Effect
Works with all major DAWs
Curated creative tools
ARA2 support for Logic, Studio One, Cubase, and Nuendo
Auto-Tune is such a HUGE part of my sound. Almost every single vocal I mix is processed in some way with Auto-Tune.
Auto-Tune is the most sophisticated effect for pitch correction. The innovative Throat Modeling and Formant Correction controls will offer endless options to optimize and enhance your vocal tracks. Real-time pitch correction has never been easier thanks to the low-latency mode, which you can use both while recording in the studio or performing live. In addition, the included Auto-Key plug-in can automatically detect keys and scales in no time and with flawless precision. With over twenty years of relentless development and evolution, Auto-Tune Pro X is the industry-standard pitch-correction plug-in used by award-winning and independent artists.
What is pitch correction software?
A pitch correction plug-in is an effect that alters the pitch of your voice to make it sound perfectly tuned to the song’s key. It takes the original pitch of the recordings and optimizes it so that each part of the vocals is pitch-perfect. Pitch correction is a carefully-crafted effect that leaves the voice’s harmonic characteristics untouched while fixing any pitch-related issues, both in real-time or in the recording studio. Pitch correction software can be used as a natural sounding correction that is barely evident or a creative effect that changes vocals to give them the sound of modern productions.
How does Auto-Tune Pro X pitch correction software work?
On Auto-Tune Pro X, you can use the Auto Mode or Graph Mode interfaces. The Auto Mode is available in two different modes: Basic and Advanced. The Basic Auto Mode provides all the crucial features of Auto-Tune Pro X at a glance and lets you adjust the pitch easily and in real-time. The Advanced Auto Mode unlocks a series of more sophisticated editing tools, like Scale Editing and Vibrato Control. The Graph Mode gives you complete control over the vocal track, with revolutionary pitch editing tools that can target individual notes and pitch curves. Furthermore, thanks to the time correction features, you’ll be able to correct timing imprecisions and improve your workflow immensely. The included Auto-Key plug-in detects the key and scale of your track. It automatically transfers the information to the Auto-Tune Pro X plug-in for a faster and more straightforward vocal editing process.
What is ARA2 Support?
Audio Random Access (ARA) increases the amount of communication possible between a DAW and a plug-in, allowing them to exchange more information, such as audio data, tempo, pitch, and rhythm, for an entire song, rather than just at the moment of playback. The increased amount of information exchange removes the need for audio material to be transferred to and from the plug-in. What this means for you is that ARA allows a plug-in to be used as a more closely integrated part of the DAW’s overall interface.
Pro Tools 2018.1 or later
macOS 11 and higher as required by your version of Pro Tools
A compatible VST host program that supports VST3 format
macOS 11 and higher as required by your host
A compatible host program that supports the AU format
macOS 11 and higher as required by your host
Pro Tools 2018.1 or later
Windows 10 and 11
A compatible host program that supports the VST3 format
Windows 10 and 11
Auto-Tune Pro X (Version 10.3.1)
We’re happy to announce that the Auto-Tune Pro 10.3.1 release introduces ARA2 support in Cubase! Additionally, this release includes a number of bug fixes to help improve the user experience and workflow.
Cubase ARA2 Support
Auto-Tune Pro X version 10.3.1 and later is now ARA2 compatible in Cubase. Please visit this article for more information.
Added new Preference to display “All Keys / Root Note Keys Only” on the vertical keyboard.
Added new Preference for bi-directional scrolling that allows users to choose between traditional scrolling vs. “natural scrolling” in Graph Mode. This preference allows you to customize the behavior of vertical scrolling when using the mouse wheel or trackpad.
Improved sound integrity to match that found in Auto-Tune Pro 9.1.
Pro Tools AudioSuite compatibility improvements.
Fixed a bug that prevented custom target note settings from being recalled correctly when saving/re-opening a session.
Auto-Tune Pro X (Version 10.2)
The 10.2 release includes the following changes, updates, and additional features:
The AAX plug-in format is now natively compatible with Apple Silicon!
Fixed an issue in Digital Performer where Graph Mode would not work properly if the plug-in was instantiated as an Audio Unit (AU) instead of a VST
Fixed a backward compatibility issue that caused Pro Tools to crash or not restore time correction edits after saving, closing, or recalling legacy sessions
Updated the link for the “View Help Topics” option in the Quick Settings Menu.
Fixed the keyboard shortcut for resetting the onscreen keyboard.
Auto-Tune Pro X 10.1 Release Notes
ARA2: Audio Random Access Support
New to Auto-Tune Pro X is ARA2 support for Logic Pro and Studio One. This seamless DAW integration provides instantaneous transfer of audio between the DAW and our graph, as well as airtight synchronization between the host’s time ruler and ours. No more workflow interruptions or delays.
Auto-Tune Pro X features a looping capability in our time ruler that also has bi-directional synchronization with the playhead and loop points displayed in the host’s time ruler.
Basically, when you make a loop in our Graph, the DAW puts the same loop points in its timeline or the other way around, DAW-to-Graph. This makes Graph Mode operate as an integrated part of the DAW.
User Interface Changes
Graph Mode Default Preferences
“Make Notes” preference is enabled by default Red input source curve is not shown by default “Custom Cursors” are no longer enabled by default
Fixed an issue in the drawing of correction objects if there is a time edit starting at time 0
Fixed latency reporting that was computed incorrectly in several cases
Fixed failure to apply Formant knob changes to the audio in certain cases
Fixed a bug where empty folders were being created and abandoned in Pro Tools when no Pitch+Time tracking was performed
Fixed several problems loading legacy (pre Auto-Tune Pro X) sessions
Fixed a problem where the plug-in would open in Auto Mode when the session was saved in Graph Mode
Fixed an issue where tracking some data a second or subsequent time always zoomed to the start of the timeline instead of the start of newly tracked data
Fixed incorrect restoration of saved Zoom levels
Fixed an issue that required two Undo’s to remove Density knob adjustments
Fixed an issue where the two Track buttons were sometimes disabled if using a stereo track in Graph Mode
Fixed an issue on Windows 11 where the Auto/Graph Mode button sometimes “flashed” or drew incorrectly when adjusting the controls in the top section
Auto-Tune Pro X 10
Auto-Tune Pro X includes all the same features you know and love from Auto-Tune Pro (9), but contains some new features and a reorganized GUI to enhance your workflow.
The initial 10.0 release includes the following changes, updates, and additional features:
All New User Interface & More Customization Options
The Auto-Tune Pro X user interface has been beautifully redesigned to bring it to the modern age. For the first time, Auto-Tune Pro X features Light and Dark Mode variations to suit your preference.
Additionally, the Quick Settings and Preferences menus have been redesigned to improve their organization.
Graph Mode Improvements
We thoughtfully redesigned the layout of Graph Mode’s controls to increase the clarity of functions and make the workflow more intuitive for new and experienced users alike. Here’s a short list of improvements:
Automatic Correction Object Generation
New Modifier Key Shortcuts for zooming in/out on a vertical axis, horizontal axis, or both
New workflow customization options in Graph Mode
Ability to show/hide waveforms within Note Objects
Ability to show/hide Red Input Pitch Curves
Ability to display single or dual waveforms in the Waveform Graph
Ability to start Auto-Tune Pro X in either Auto Mode or Graph Mode upon instantiation
New Mouse and Trackpad based zooming features in Graph Mode
Custom naming and location options for audio folders created when making time edits
Multi-View Instance List
When you have multiple instances of Auto-Tune Pro X running in your DAW, the Multi-View Instance List helps you quickly switch between them in a single window to edit multiple vocals more efficiently.
Another useful feature of the Multi-View Instance List is that it automatically syncs custom track names from the DAW to the list of instances. For example, if you have track names like ‘Lead Vocal’, ‘Doubled Vocal’, ‘BG Vox 1’, etc. on your DAW channels, all the track names appear automatically in the Multi-View Instance List.
This gets rid of labeling headaches and makes Auto-Tune Pro X faster and more convenient while working with multiple tracks.
Apple Silicon Native Compatibility
Auto-Tune Pro X is natively compatible with Apple Silicon, which means more vocal tracks in your DAW, more instances of Auto-Tune running at the same time, and more freedom to create without worrying about your system being bogged down by CPU-heavy plug-ins. You’ll work faster with fewer interruptions on bigger projects.
4K Vector Graphics
4K Vector Graphics make Auto-Tune Pro X look better than ever! The plug-in window is now resizable and stays sharp no matter how big or small it is.
You asked, and we delivered! Auto-Tune Pro X now features a collection of artist presets and a method for saving your own custom presets.
If you’re feeling stuck, hover over any parameter in the user interface to bring up its tooltip. This will give you a quick description of the control and offer an example use case. It’s like a mini manual built right into the plug-in!
Open the Quick Settings menu (Gear Icon), to Enable/Disable tooltips.
Automatic Input Type detection uses the power of Machine Learning to help you identify the Input Type best suited for your track. And best of all, it only takes a few seconds!
New Global Controls
We also added a few global controls to help with your workflow:
These buttons were previously only found in Graph Mode. In Auto-Tune Pro X, the Undo/Redo buttons can be used in both Graph Mode and Auto Mode.
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