Antares Auto-Tune has been one of the most popular pitch correction plug-ins for as long as I can remember. It has been a go-to tuning tool for countless producers and mixers for decades but Celemony's Melodyne is also an incredibly popular and capable pitch correction plug-in as well... how do these two solutions differ?
In this video, we don't test how these two products sound after pitch correction, instead we put the workflows of both products up against each other to find out how Auto-Tune's Graphical mode compares to Melodyne's UI in basic operation.
If you are a hardcore Melodyne user who has yet to try Antares Auto-Tune then this video will help you to get going with Auto-Tune as the way we tune a track in Auto-Tune's Graphical mode is different to the way we retune audio in Melodyne.
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Want to learn more about Auto-Tune Pro & Melodyne? Below are two videos that will help you understand both products:
Antares Auto-Tune Pro
In this short video, Eli from Logic Pro Expert shows you two specific uses for Auto-Tune Pro within Logic Pro X. The first is simple real-time pitch correction. You might think, what’s the big deal about that? The answer is in how easy it is to set up and how natural it sounds.
Tuning A Vocal In Melodyne
The skills you will learn in this Melodyne vocal tuning tutorial will enable you to get natural sounding tuned vocals without pesky artefacts. Hear from the example in this video how by being gentle with tuning delivers transparent sounding "natural" tuned vocals.