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NAMM 2018Antares Audio Technologies announces Auto-Tune Pro - New pitch-correction software offers revamped interface, ARA support

Antares Audio Technologies

Antares Technologies (NAMM booth 14001) has introduced Auto-Tune Pro, the newest, most advanced version of its pitch-correction software.

Auto-Tune Pro features a sleek, new interface that has been redesigned from the ground up for more streamlined workflow. The release includes ARA (Audio Random Access) support and adds popular user-requested features such as Classic Mode for getting that legendary Auto-Tune 5 sound.

Auto-Tune's updated interface lets you work faster and smarter, whether you're in Automatic or Graphical mode. The included Auto-Key plug-in provides automatic key detection. Auto-Tune Pro also includes ARA support with compatible VST3 DAWs. A new Settings menu includes commonly used preferences for session-specific settings. Other new features include MIDI CC control of parameters in Automatic Mode and HiDPI support for Retina and other high-resolution displays.

Since its introduction in 1998, Auto-Tune has been recognized as the industry standard for pitch correction and vocal effects, and has been used to create the signature vocal effect heard on countless Number One hits. "Over the past twenty years, Auto-Tune has transformed music and music production by reshaping audio in ways that were previously unheard of, " says Antares CEO Steve Berkley. "Our engineers have been innovating and working closely with the community of Auto-Tune users to create this latest release of our flagship application, Auto-Tune Pro. Auto-Tune Pro raises the bar, and will continue to be a mainstay for vocal production in today's demanding studio and stage workflows."

Auto-Tune Pro will be available in Q1 2018, for $399. Purchases of Auto-Tune 8 on or after January 1, 2018 will receive a free upgrade to Auto-Tune Pro. Upgrade packages are available for current registered users.

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