How to Use Antares Auto Tune 5 on Mac OS X
Antares Auto Tune 5 is a powerful and versatile software that can correct pitch and timing errors in vocals and other audio sources. It can also create various effects such as the famous \"Auto-Tune\" sound, vocal harmonies, and pitch shifting. Antares Auto Tune 5 supports different formats such as RTAS, TDM, VST, and AU, and can run on Mac OS X operating systems.
In this article, we will show you how to install and use Antares Auto Tune 5 on your Mac computer. We will also provide some tips and tricks to get the best results from this software.
To install Antares Auto Tune 5 on your Mac, you will need to download the installer file from the official website or from a trusted source. The file name should be something like \"Antares.Auto-Tune.5.RTAS.TDM.VST.AU.OSX.iNTEL-XVX.dmg\".
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Once you have downloaded the file, double-click on it to open it. You will see a window with a folder called \"Antares Auto-Tune 5\". Drag and drop this folder to your Applications folder. You may need to enter your administrator password to complete the installation.
After the installation is done, you can launch Antares Auto Tune 5 from your Applications folder or from your preferred audio software. You will need to authorize the software with your serial number or with an iLok dongle.
To use Antares Auto Tune 5 on your Mac, you will need to load it as a plug-in in your audio software. Depending on the format you choose (RTAS, TDM, VST, or AU), you will need to follow different steps to insert the plug-in on your audio track.
For example, if you are using Pro Tools as your audio software, you can load Antares Auto Tune 5 as an RTAS plug-in by following these steps:
Create a new audio track or select an existing one.
Go to the Inserts section of the track and click on an empty slot.
Select Plug-In > Other > Antares Auto-Tune 5.
The Antares Auto Tune 5 window will open. You can adjust the settings according to your preferences and needs.
The main settings of Antares Auto Tune 5 are:
Input Type: This determines the type of input signal that Antares Auto Tune 5 will process. You can choose between Soprano, Alto/Tenor, Low Male, Instrument, or Bass Instrument.
Key: This sets the key of the song or the scale that Antares Auto Tune 5 will use to correct the pitch. You can choose between major, minor, chromatic, or custom scales.
Retune Speed: This controls how fast Antares Auto Tune 5 will correct the pitch. A lower value means faster correction and a more noticeable effect. A higher value means slower correction and a more natural sound.
Tracking: This controls how accurately Antares Auto Tune 5 will track the pitch of the input signal. A lower value means more sensitivity and more correction. A higher value means less sensitivity and less correction.
Vibrato: This controls how much vibrato Antares Auto Tune 5 will add or remove from the input signal. You can adjust the amount, rate, onset delay, and variation of the vibrato effect.
Humanize: This adds some randomness and variation to the pitch correction to make it sound more human and natural.
Natural Vibrato: This preserves the natural vibrato of the input signal and prevents it from being corrected by Antares Auto Tune 5.
Transpose: This shifts the pitch of the input signal by a certain amount of semitones. You can use this to change the key of the song or create harmonies.
Formant: This controls how much Antares Auto Tune 5 will preserve or modify the formant frequencies of the input signal. Formant frequencies are related to the tim 29c81ba772