Autotune in Vegas?

mintyslippers wrote on 4/28/2019, 1:10 PM

Evening all.

I have a recording from a wedding of a lovely lady singing with someone else playing piano. Both the vocals and piano are recorded seperatly so I have a quality feed of each. The problem is her voice is a little pitchy at times. Is there any way to autotune this in vegas using some VST plugins or can anyone recommend anything they have used in the past?

Thankfully her voice is pretty spot on and only goes off a little at times so I wont end up with the t-pain digital voice.

Thanks.

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bob-h wrote on 4/29/2019, 1:27 AM

If you had it, you'd use Antares Auto-Tune pro. I use the free Graillon 2 and I like it, but I don't use it for your intended use, attempting to make a singer's voice sound natural. I've seen it said that KeroVee pitch corrector is very precise for your purpose. I've never used it.

mintyslippers wrote on 4/29/2019, 2:43 AM

I looked at Antares but seriously. It's 2019, who the f' uses security dongles which cost $50. I had a look on the crack sites, its been cracked. It's just a pointless barrier to entry that was stopping me from dropping $300 on your software antares as I wanted to use it now, not when some dongle finally finds its way to me. Even the trial needs one of these dongles.

frankp wrote on 4/29/2019, 2:51 AM

The best tool for this imo is Celemony’s Melodyne 4. They have a 30 day demo you can download and try without any limitations. You can use either the standalone program or use it as a VST plugin within Vegas. I’d use the standalone. It’s much more easier. Import the vocal and piano track, edit the vocal pitch, timing & phrasing (againts the piano track as a guide), then export it and bring it in to Vegas.

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