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    Pitch Correction

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    Does anyone have advice regarding a good pitch correction plug-in for Sound Forge 5.0?

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    Antares Autotune 3.0

    Antares Autotune 3.0 works great for me. Give it a shot.

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    Antares Autotune. Definately.

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    Thanks for the advice- seems like you're all in agreement on Autotune. Sounds like a ringing endorsement.

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    ya know, come to think of it, i have never even heard of another company making pitch correction software. sounds more like a monopoly. lol

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    In the interests of healthy American competition:

    RBC Voice Tweaker: http://www.rbcaudio.com/html/products.html

    Oberheim OB-Tune: http://www.musicyo.com/product_specs.asp?pf_id=998

    Both are way cheaper than Antares Autotune but probably not as good either. I have Voice Tweaker and it's a neat effect, but I rarely use it, as most of my stuff is intrumental. OB-Tune purports to be "based on technology created by Antares," for what that's worth...

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    Melodyne

    Don't forget Melodyne 1.0. I've heard the demo but have never used it. If it works as well as the demo's profress then it might even be better that Autotune. I'll have to wait and see.

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