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Auto-Tune Access

Pitch Correction / Auto-tuning Plugin by Antares Audio Technologies
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Auto-Tune Access
Auto-Tune Access by Antares Audio Technologies is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
Product
Version
10.0
Windows 10 or 11

AAX Native: Pro Tools 2018.1 or later
Product
Version
10.0.1
macOS 11 and higher as required by your host

AAX Native: Pro Tools 2018.1 or later
Effect
Formats
My KVR - Groups, Versions, & More
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Auto-Tune access now includes a 1 year subscription to Auto-Tune Essentials.

Auto-Tune Access is the easiest and most affordable way to start using Auto-Tune. It delivers the core Auto-Tune features with a simple and intuitive interface.

Its light CPU footprint and professional quality processing also make it a convenient option for more advanced users working with larger projects.

Three-position Retune Speed and Humanize knobs allow for a variety of tuning applications, from subtle and natural-sounding pitch correction to the most extreme Auto-Tune Effect.

Low latency processing lets you perform through Auto-Tune Access in real time on stage or in the studio, without worrying about distracting delay.

Compatibility with Auto-Key (sold separately) means never having to worry about finding the key of your music before tuning. Auto-Key detects the key and scale and sends that information to Auto-Tune Access with a single click.

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