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Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by Bassomatic, Jul 1, 2004.
I've been singing their praises for a while. Auto Who?
Same here. Except version 8 of Sequoia and Samp have now elastic audio as well. Wahooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!
Now that looks interesting; it will even run as a plug on DP.
So Basso, Ed...what do you find it most useful for? Is it hard to learn and use?
So far, I've used it on a few vocal fixes (but will be branching way out after seeing the impressive demo/tutorial vid). Easy and musical as hell. Screw AutoTune.
I actually used it on a guys oud tracks, and lots of acoustic bass stuff.
That is jaw dropping.
"Easy" and "musical" blow AutoTune out of the water already. If there's an easier way, I'm all for it.
Hey basso do you rewire or bridge it into N2?
I'm retarded. I export, tweak away, and import.
Just touched up a vocal today with the bugger.
Gonna look into the VST bridge.
You're not kidding. When the (excellent salesperson) engineer takes the tune all the way down to 1 (!) bpm at pitch, in R/T, it's just crazy.
Expensive, but probably well worth the investment especially for folx relying heavily on loop libraries.
That's what I did in the past to...but this way you don't have to align it.
It's pretty expensive, but obviously a bargain compared to tearing your hair out or buying hardware.
Which version do you run, Basso?