Synchro Arts has released Revoice Pro 4.1 a significant update to their Revoice Pro flagship product. They tell us that the update includes numerous workflow enhancements such as Process groups, improved Warp workflow and even tighter integration with ARA2 compatible DAWs such as Studio One and Reaper. Here’s more from Synchro Arts about what’s new in 4.1…
Track management simplified - APT and Doubler output tracks are automatically created and named.
Lets you adjust and audition multiple APT processes at the same time.
The Warp process is faster and better. Select and correct all notes in one go, or select just the individual notes you think need fixing and correct those.
Further ARA2 improvements
Support for ARA2 in Reaper, and even further improved integration in both Studio One and Reaper. Other DAWs to follow.
About Revoice Pro
Since its initial launch in 2012, Revoice Pro has become a staple for timing and pitch adjustment for vocals, dialog and instruments for audio engineers in both the music and post production industries. Its users do not only appreciate the time they save on editing tasks, but also the program’s ability to retain the natural sound and feel of the original recording, even while performing significant adjustments to the audio. Revoice Pro’s unique Audio Performance Transfer (APT) function can clone the timing, pitch and level of one audio track and apply it to another (or several others)—perfect for tightening up multi-layered vocal tracks, and for dialog replacement in film. Revoice Pro also offers comprehensive manual adjustment of timing, pitch and vibrato, a de-esser and a fantastic sounding doubler.
Pricing and Availability:
Revoice Pro 4.1 is a free upgrade to Revoice Pro 4 owners. Synchro Arts celebrates the release with a 30% introductory discount on new licenses and upgrades from older Revoice Pro versions as well as from Synchro Arts' products VocALign Project and VocALign Pro. The introductory period ends May 31, 2019.
Gaz Williams explains
The legacy returns
Single voice, old school in collaboration with Oberheim
With Matt Hodson