Looking for people's opinions in this area. I have searched and carefully read an older thread here comparing Melodyne to Autotune, but troughout my searching have found little information about Waves Tune. I have a Digi 002, Pro Tools LE, Waves Gold plugins. I mainly record rock, but do other projects too. I used autotune once maybe a year ago, and when it could correct automatically it worked fine, but I found it very hard to use if I ever had to manually correct a track. I tried the demo for Melodyne about a year ago too, and although it was really cool and in my opinion easier to do manual edits, it didn't integrate well with a Pro Tools session- I had to manually open Melodyne and import the vocal track for tuning. I know Waves Tune is pretty hot off the press, and Melodyne has some serious updates too. I haven't really had a chance to check either of them out recently. Sooooo, to recap my situation.... 1. I am mainly interested in pitch correction for vocals, not so much in harmonizing, (although that could be a plus). 2. I also want software that is easy to use manually if the singer is more than a little off. 3. I would prefer to use the software as an RTAS plugin during a Pro Tools session. 4. I want the highest quality (i.e. most transparent sounding) pitch correction I can buy. Is there anybody that has used one or more of these plugins that can offer feedback for my situation, based on these criteria? I am especially curious about Waves Tune. thanks!