Dexcon wrote on 11/2/2023, 11:05 PM

I'm not sure why this has been triple posted but I would thnk that a moderator will delete the duplicates.

The audio FX "Pitch Shift" is an audio FX that is still available via the audio plugin chooser in both Vegas Pro 20 and 21.

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MARTIN-RIVERA wrote on 11/3/2023, 12:28 AM

So I found out it wasn’t there because I did not have sound forge installed. I actually uninstalled it because when I originally installed it, it caused an audio issue on my computer. I got a terrible sound all of a sudden. Even when playing a YouTube video. Then uninstalled it and it fixed that audio issue but now I didn’t have the audio pitch, I reinstalled it today and the audio issue came back. It’s a loud hissing sound.

RogerS wrote on 11/3/2023, 12:35 AM

Does changing the audio device in VEGAS preferences help?

Maybe changing the audio device in SF would help?

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rraud wrote on 11/3/2023, 5:24 PM

The terrible screeching type noise is usually caused by the Magix Low Latency 2016 driver... which can cause noise system wide, Removing the Low Latency driver usually fixes it. This was an issue with Sound Forge Audio Studio 15 and/or 16 as I recall.