Auto-Tune For The Reason Rack

Industry-standard pitch-correction algorithms melded into modular cable workflow      16/06/20

Reason Studios has announced the release of Auto-Tune Reason as a native Rack Extension plugin for Reason. They say that Auto-Tune Reason has been tailored specifically for the virtual rack in Reason with a custom workflow and integrated patches.

Mattias Häggström Gerdt, Reason Product Manager, told us,  "Of course, everyone knows Auto-Tune's renowned pitch correction and immediately recognizable vocal effect. Now Reason users can effortlessly harness the essential features for sound design, vocal chains, and effect Combinators in Reason."

Steve Berkley, CEO at Antares, added "We're thrilled to be bringing Auto-Tune to the arsenal of creative tools available for Reason. The signature Auto-Tune sound inside the revered Reason Studio is a beat-maker's dream."  

Auto-Tune Reason was developed jointly by Antares Audio Technologies and Reason Studios using Antares' proprietary pitch tuning algorithms. With the addition of CV outputs, Auto-Tune Reason gives users a new way to perform any instrument device with their voice. It also includes vocal chain Combinators--production-ready patches with Auto-Tune Reason already hooked up to other popular Reason effects. Auto-Tune Reason is available for purchase and supported exclusively through Reason Studios.

Pricing and Availability:
The Auto-Tune Reason Rack Extensions is available immediately for purchase for USD $99.00) / EUR €109 or free 30-day trial in the Reason online shop.
 

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