Bit Player — A sequence-able sample player, synced to transport. All of this is way cheaper than hiring a singer tho lol. You must be currently active within a few weeks of posting projects. Pitch Analysis Pitch Tracker — This device uses the retune~ object to perform some pitch tracking from monophonic input sound. Scales can be either entered by hand, or loaded from Scala files — a file format for musical tunings that is a standard for exchange of scales. Ps I haven't heard of those other plugins you mentioned but I'll check them out.
I did have laryngitis once as a kid and enjoyed speaking really weirdly. I will stick with Melodyne for now, since I already got it. SvenH wrote:Thanks for all your replies! Notive processes his vocals cause that's the sort of auto tune or pitch correct I want to use. I use it inside of Live as a plugin. Idk how much they've improved the later versions but it's also crazy expensive on par with AutoTune. Ok, well you still can't sing good if you can't sing good, and auto tune won't fix that. I've never really had a need for doubling either.
The industry stand is or atleast was Antares Autotune. Since Max for Live as of Live 9. Woke up today with the bottom octave of my range completely gone and tuned into a dry rasp. Please try not to post more than one project a month. Melodyne works but is probably overkill. Not sure what you're looking for specifically, but you can transpose entire clips or sections of clips using the transpose features in Live.
Ableton has an integrated Vocoder and it's pretty simple to use. Preferably I want to know how D. Also good and with good Vocal mixing effects. Comping is easy with copy, paste into new track, and blend. Pitch Shifting Simple Pitch Shifter — A simple stereo pitch shifter. This device uses the pitchshift~ object to perform sound transposition. With the current functionality in Live, I would say that Ableton already have the building blocks to make a great pitch correction in Live.
The serious producer can get straight down to work and quickly create. The first two came as high recommendations and the second two are actually really fun. And yeah sure it's probably cheaper, but I was comparing it more to Antares etc. I understand there were some issues with it on Windows and Live some time ago like 6 months. This can be adjusted in either semitones or cents as small as 1 cent , and can be adjusted in either direction. The Doubler is pretty nice too, but I rarely use it because doubling up different vocal takes is always more effective than using effects on the same one. Projects are best shared as text posts.
This device uses the pitchshift~ object to perform sound transposition. I have messed around with the autotune just for fun and it seems pretty easy to set up and has a few good options to control the actual autotune effect. This device uses the pitchshift~ object in a polyphonic patch structure, thus allowing multiple harmonizations. I believe M4l has an Autotune effect. This device introduces some settings which control pitch and formant correction.
I bought it at full price so snatch it up now if you can and avoid my mistake. I like running hot water and just breathing steam for a bit when my throat feels rough. Editing without zoom is bad news. That always brings out a crazy amount of depth that's just really not possible with a doubler outside of balls to the walls automation + editing. Richie Witch wrote:I turn to Melodyne if I'm transposing notes in vocals, and it doesn't have to be the stand-alone version. You don't have any of the editing tools so you're completely dependent on the how the software interprets your audio and are left with all these artifacts. Manual pitch correction is of course possible in Live with some of the warp modes, but how good it sounds or how easy it is to use is another story.
This is a community focused on learning and improvement. Vocoder is the thing that Daft Punk uses. It just takes a bit of playing around with, that's all. See how powerful your Ableton system can be when it's fed the right sounds. Microtuner — A table-based microtonal auto-tuner that can use Scala files. I really think I'm sticking to the hobby side but I've always been curious.