NAMM 2019: Streamlined Version Of Auto-Tune

Antares introduces Auto-Tune Access and Auto-Key      24/01/19

NAMM 2019: Streamlined Version Of Auto-Tune


Antares has announced the release of Auto-Tune Access, a streamlined and efficient new version of Auto-Tune, and Auto-Key, for automatic key and scale detection.

A spokesperson told us, "Auto-Tune Access delivers the same core Auto-Tune technology that professional artists and producers have relied on for years, but with a streamlined user interface, a lighter CPU footprint, and no iLok required. Auto-Key is designed to enhance your Auto-Tune workflow and save valuable time in the studio. It makes pitch correction quicker and easier by automatically detecting the key and scale of your music, and it's also useful for choosing samples and loops that match the key of your project. Auto-Key can also improve your workflow by letting you set the key and scale parameters for multiple instances Auto-Tune Access or Auto-Tune Pro with a single click."

Pricing and Availability:
Auto-Tune Access: $99
Auto-Key: $49

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