Revoice Pro is known for, among other things, its unique ability to automatically transfer pitch and timing characteristics from one audio file to another. It’s easy to overlook how great a tool it is for basic vocal tuning as well. It’s not only accurate and pristine sounding, but it’s also intuitive and straightforward to use. You can fly through a file in no time, and now, with the release of Revoice Pro v. 4.1, it's easier to use than ever.
Amongst all the new features are some useful key commands that make Warp editing quicker than it has ever been. The Warp process is used for manual time and pitch editing. The addition of several new Warp based key commands in the 4.1 update makes it simple to get your vocal in tune with significantly fewer keystrokes.
Converting to Warp, selecting and correcting all notes (or selected notes), and smooth joining are now each executed with a single keystroke. In this free video tutorial, made with the support of Synchro Arts, I tune a short vocal phrase in a just few minutes using some of the new key commands.