Antares Audio Technologies, creators of Auto-Tune, have introduced Auto-Key, a new free mobile app for iOS devices.
Designed as a companion app to the Auto-Key desktop software, Auto-Key Mobile is said to offer a portable, easy-to-use, and accurate platform for detecting the key of any audio source. Antraes says that by simply tapping a button and holding the phone up to any audio source, Auto-Key Mobile will automatically detect the musical pitch of a song, chord progression, or loop, and display both the major key and relative minor.
Steve Berkley, CEO, Antares Audio Technologies, told us, "Auto-Key Mobile can quickly identify the key of any song, which is an incredible power to give to anybody who makes music. From casual musicians to the most highly technical recording engineers and producers, Auto-Key Mobile is an invaluable time-saving tool that can be used anytime, anywhere, by anyone. It's like having perfect pitch in your pocket."
Auto-Key Mobile is designed to seamlessly sync with every current edition of Antares' legendary Auto-Tune and Harmony Engine software, making it easy to quickly analyze and transfer pitch information to your recording session in real time. It can also be used as a stand-alone mobile application, enabling any user to immediately identify the key of a song for collaboration, recording, or performance.
Antares believes that for artists, songwriters, and composers, Auto-Key Mobile is an ideal tool for pinpointing musical keys. They say that for recording and mixing engineers, Auto-Key Mobile offers an easy and immediate way to find a song's key for employing Auto-Tune within your DAW of choice.
Pricing and Availability:
Antares Auto-Key Mobile is compatible with iOS and Mac devices and is now available for free download from the iTunes store. Auto-Key Mobile for Android and Windows devices will be released soon.
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