Synchro Arts have released Revoice Pro 3.1 - a free update to the award-winning V3.0, offering a selection of new pitch editing tools, track group controls and a host of other audio processing and workflow enhancements. They have told us that these improvements which are, based largely on customer feedback, make it even quicker to get the results from Revoice Pro.
What’s new in Revoice Pro 3.1
- Manual Pitch Editing Tools: with hot keys support
- Track Group Controls: supports group creation, display, solo and mute
- New APT functions: Align using pitch values (for legato phrases).
- A/B Comparison: of different process settings on output audio
- Multicore background processing: speeds up large session editing
- Interface and Operational Improvements: more intuitive and faster
Revoice Pro 3.1 is a free update for V3.0 owners and runs with a Revoice Pro 3 iLok license.
Overview of Revoice Pro
Revoice Pro is a purpose-built, stand-alone program which includes two unique, automatic editing processes, manual time/pitch Warp processes and tight integration with DAWs.
Revoice Pro's unique APT (Audio Performance Transfer) process can automatically and instantly transfer the timing, pitch, intonation or loudness features from one signal to one or more target signals. This is perfect for matching the timing and tuning of double tracks or syncing ADR - and because you control the tightness, you keep it sounding natural.
If double tracks haven't been recorded, Revoice Pro's Doubler process creates incredibly natural-sounding ones.
What's more, Warp Processing with an improved graphic interface provides fast, manual manipulation of audio timing and pitch with stunningly transparent audio quality. Automatic grid-based pitch correction is also available.
Integration with most DAWs is fast and easy, using simple Revoice Pro Link plug-ins or familiar drag-and-drop or copy-and-paste operations.
This is a video by our own Marcus Huyskens gives a detailed overview of what Revoice Pro 3 can do....
For more information, head over to the Synchro Arts website