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Antares Autotune VST And DirectX Plugin Review

I already write a short text about autotune on this LINK but this hub is completely about Autotune VST plugin.
There are a lot of Autotune version made, best ones are Autotune Evo VST and Autotune 5 VST Plugin.
Antares Autotune is one of most wanted plugin on market. That information is confirmed by over a 500000 month google search. I am not too surprised because it is really one of the best vocal editing plugin ever made. Autotune is actually pitch correction VST plugin software. The price is hight but its worth every cent, If you want to buy Autotune Evo Vst plugin you most pay $249.00 for it. If you ever want to buy Autotune then buy Auto Tune 5 VST Plugin, do not by directX if you do not have to, because VST plugin is much more advanced and have a much more effects, presents etc.
Antares Autotune VST and DirectX plugin you can use in almost every audio editing software like Adobe Audition, Cool Edit Pro, FL Studio, Acoustica Mixcraft and other. Autotune virus is infected almost every kind of music. Hip Hop producers, RnB producers, Pop, rock producers they all use autotune. Hip Hop and RnB are using autotune very often, to get that 'T-Pain' effect. What autotune does to your vocals? Well, in fact autotune just change a pitch periodically.
Well every human have his own speak note and pitch. Autotune just mess up with your vocal notes, and periodically change them Up - down -up-down...

Antares Autotone VST Plugin Tutorial : How to get t-pain effect?

First thing you have to do is download Antares Autotune VST plugin here. When you download it, extract files on desktop. Run autotune aplication file and install it. When you complete installation restart your PC. When restart process is complete then run your audio editing software example Cool Edit pro. Record yours vocals, and go to edit mode. Mark part you want to edit and click on effects part of toolbar. Open effects and click refresh effects list. Now go to Anteras Autotune VST and open in.
  1. Set KEY to 'C'
  5. RATE : 0,1
  11. FORMAT AMOUNT : 100
If you are beat maker here is one tutorial for you, If you do some production check this tutorial. If you want to make your own studio I write some basic things about it..read more.

Nexus is intruments and loops VST plugin. It content sixteen instrumments (sound) and over 100 presents.
Its really easy to use, just open it and you will get yourself into it. You will see instruments bar and piano keyboard. Choose the sound you like and just hit a record button and start playing.
Checkout some pics of NEXUS VST PLUGIN, there is also a link for more info.

Autotune VST Plugin Adobe Audition

Well my favorite VST plug in is Anteras Autotune Evo Vst Plugin. This Plug in you can install on Cool Edit 2.0 Cool Edit Pro 2.0, Adobe Audition 1.5, Adobe Audition 3.0, Fl Studio 9 producer edition, Mix-craft etc.
This Plug in is very simple i easy to get into. You can use it to edit yours vocal whatever you like. With Auto tune you can get that 'T-Pain' effect, witch many professional singers, rapers, d.j. use a lot. If you listen song 'Boom Boom POW' you know what effect I mean.

What's covered

  • Support policy
  • VST plug-in handling
  • Troubleshooting steps

Support policy

Effects plug-in support is limited to plug-ins that are included with the Adobe Audition CC installation and the VST and Audio Units technologies as they are implemented within the application. Adobe technical support does not support problems due to the use of third-party plug-ins. If a third-party plug-in directly causes problems, please contact the plug-in manufacturer for support.

VST plug-in handling

Adobe Audition supports third-party 64-bit audio plug-ins in VST 2.4, VST 3.0 formats for macOS and Windows, and Audio Units for macOS. Note: VSTi and virtual instrument synthesis plug-ins are not supported at this time. To locate plug-ins or manage their visibility in the application, use the Audition Audio Plug-In Manager. From the Audition menu bar, select Effects > Audio Plug-In Manager. Here, you can add new folders if you’ve installed VST plugins to custom locations, Scan for new plug-ins, or manage which audio plug-ins are available inside the application.

VST 2.4 plug-ins typically get installed to
Windows: C:Program FilesSteinbergvstplugins
macOS: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/

VST 3.0 plug-ins are strictly installed to

Windows: C:Program FilesCommon FilesVST3
macOS: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/

Audio Units plug-ins are strictly installed to the path below, and are registered with the OS:
macOS: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components

You should only need to add folders if you have installed VST 2.4 plug-ins to a custom location. Otherwise, Audition would populate the folders list with the default locations.

Click the Scan for Plug-Ins button to search for new plug-ins on the system. Audition will display the name, type, status, and path of each discovered or installed plug-in. Use the checkbox column to enable or disable plug-ins.

Note: Audition will scan and attempt to open each plug-in in a separate process. Plug-Ins which cause a crash, or are virtual instruments, will be marked as disabled.

After plug-ins have been scanned, they are available in the Effects menu. Near the bottom of the menu dropdown are 3 items: VST, VST3, and AU.

VST: Contains VST 2.4 plug-ins which are organized by manufacturer. For instance, all plug-ins by iZotope will be in a flyout submenu labeled “iZotope”

VST3: Contains VST 3.0 plug-ins which are organized via their internal metadata. For instance, noise reduction plug-ins might be in a flyout submenu labeled “Restoration”

AU: Contains Audio Units plug-ins (macOS only) which are organized by manufacturer. For instance, all plug-ins that ship with macOS are in a flyout submenu labeled “Apple”

Troubleshooting steps

To benefit most from this document, perform the tasks in this section in order. Keep track of the tasks that you perform and the results of each, including errors and other problems. Adobe Technical Support can use this information to better assist you if you need to call.

Note: The procedures in this document are based on the default interface of Windows XP. If the interface is customized, some procedures may vary. For example, a commonly encountered difference is the navigation to Control Panel from the Start menu: You may navigate Start > Settings > Control Panel instead of Start > Control Panel.

1. Restart Adobe Audition and deselect the plug-in from the VST plug-in manager.

Stability issues can arise if a plug-in fails to initialize properly. The Audio Plug-in Manager lists all the plug-ins that Adobe Audition has scanned and allows you to turn each plug-in on or off.
To disable a plug-in that caused Adobe Audition to freeze during startup:
1. Restart Adobe Audition
2. Open the Audio Plug-in Manger from the Effects menu
3. In the list of plug-in files find the plug-in from step 1 and uncheck the box next to it.
4. Click OK.
Note: For more information about managing plug-ins see the 'Managing audio plug-ins' section of this document.

2. Run the plug-in in a session with a lower sample rate.

Adobe Audition can record, process and playback most hardware supported sample rates (normally up to 196k); however, not all plug-ins were tested or designed for high sample rates. Editing and mixing sessions at high sample rates while incorporating plug-in effects can cause a significant drop in the performance of Adobe Audition or may cause Adobe Audition to crash. If you mix audio in the multitrack or use the mastering rack with files or sessions that are over 48k (48000 samples) and notice problem, then test the plug-in at a lower sample rate.
To check the sample rate capability of the plug-in:
1. In Multitrack Main view, select File > New Session.
2. Choose 48000 in the New Session dialog box.
3. Import an audio file and place it on track 1.
4. Add the effect that you want to test.
5. Play the session.
If the plug-in performs as expected at 48k, then consider finding another plug-in to take its place, or lowering the sample rate of files or sessions.

3. Temporarily disable plug-in automation.

Temporarily disable automation for individual tracks that have effects to test if effects automation is causing the problem. Within the Multitrack view, you can create new automation lanes for any available effect parameter. Not all plug-ins were tested or designed for automation and can cause a significant drop in the performance of Adobe Audition, or may cause Adobe Audition to crash.
To disable plug-in automation:
1. In Multitrack view, locate the track that has effects automation.
2. Change the Track Automation Mode to Off.
3. Play the session.
If the session plays as expected without automation, then consider replacing the plug-in with a similar plug-in, or enable Pre-Render the track.
For more information about track automation mode see Automating mixes with envelopes.
For more information about freezing tracks see Pre-render track effects to improve performance.

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