How To Autotune In Adobe Audition Without Antares Autotune Or Any VST Plugins


Welcome back to Kagan Tech and in today’s videos I am going to be showing you how you can autotune in any version of Adobe Audition basically without using external plugins like Antares Autotune or anything like that.

Most people don’t actually know that Autotune is basically just extreme pitch correction and it’s already built into Adobe Audition. All you have to do is go into the effects menu and look for this time and pitch correction drop down and automatic pitch correction. You are half way there, next thing you need to do is switch your preset to extreme pitch corrections and just take it from there.

You figure out the key that your artiste is singing on and you just put that in there… that’s it. Of course you don’t want to over do this, like you don’t want to overuse the sensitivity so that the artist doesn’t beginning to actually sound like T-Pain but yeah, that’s basically it. This is how you get the autotune effect without installing any plugins.

Also, you have to remember that no amount of autotune is going to fix bad vocals so don’t record terrible vocals and expect to fix it in post. It’s always best to have awesome vocals, great vocals, whatever you want to call it. It’s always best to take down great vocals before you decide to start editing your music or editing your audio or whatever it is you want to do with it.

Another advice that I’d like to give you is to always use the effects rack instead of putting the effects directly on the audio file because that way you can always come back and fix mistakes and change things and stuff like that but if you just edit it directly onto the audio file that is basically destructive editing so to speak, you can’t come back in a year or 3 months later and say I want to take out this autotune or I want to reduce the amount of autotune or I want to increase the amount of autotune.

I’m sure you get what I am trying to say, but yeah, this is how you can autotune in Adobe Audition without installing Antares Autotune or whatever. Goodluck.

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