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Non-Standard Autotune VST?

Discussion in 'Vocals' started by XadaTen, Aug 19, 2013.

  1. XadaTen

    XadaTen Active Member

    Does anyone know if there is a plugin (VST) that will tune an audio source, not to a specific note, but to the pitch of another audio source? Say if I wanted to match the chorus of another vocalist, and for example: retain their unique vibrato? or match closer their singing style?

    I know of VSTs that will help match timing, but I can't seem to find anything that will help match pitch also.

    I feel like this problem is similar to a talk box, but I'm looking to see if anyone knows of anything more accurate.
     
  2. cruisemates

    cruisemates Active Member

    melodyne celemony
     
  3. XadaTen

    XadaTen Active Member

    Looking for something to match a pitch, not simply tune an audio source.


    Thanks for responding though. This post is quite old now hah
     
  4. pcrecord

    pcrecord Don't you want the best recording like I do ? Well-Known Member

    The way I would do it takes 2 software.
    -One to create a midi track from the audio you want to be followed.
    -Two any tuning vst that can follow midi. (most do, including autotune)
     
  5. XadaTen

    XadaTen Active Member

    Melodyne doesn't do a good job (at all, really) at creating midi from audio. I haven't tried autotune yet, but I assume it may be just as bad. I actually have already tried your suggestion before, but couldn't get hardly any good results with my audio source as it has some strong vibrato in it. Melodyne was not able to create a good midi representation of it, and also the midi timing was atrocious.
     
  6. mberry593

    mberry593 Active Member

    Autotune does not make a midi file. It can track a midi file but it does not output midi.

    I have had some success with Audioscore.

    AudioScore Ultimate 7 - Convert MP3 & CD Tracks to Notation

    If you have a fairly simple source, it can be very helpful.....just don't expect it to do miracles on a complex score.

    btw, while I am talking about Neuratron, Photoscore works great!
     

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