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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2011 12:08 am 
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http://freemusicsoftware.org/category/free-vst-effects-2/pitch-correction

It's called GSnap and it actually works.

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If anyone likes to test it i would like to share experiences.

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tried it out very quickly, and was impressed only by the price...just kidding. It did the job, but as with any pitch correction software, its best used sparingly, and one really needs to perfect its use before actually applying it to tracks...in my case, I didn't spend enough time with it and probably won't in the future..with some tweaks, it's kinda fun to use it as the old robot effect, but then again, I just have no need for a Tron type vocal...

so, based on my experience with it, you can go ahead and take this review with a huge grain of salt.

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I've tried it too by now and i must say it works pretty well. It can be set so that you can't hear it's there and still get good correction. It can also be used to get the 'do you believe' cher autotune effect. It's good to have in my arsenal to correct the occasional slip up when i'm pressed for time.

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It can be set so that you can't hear it's there and still get good correction.


maybe you can provide a little tutorial for us :)

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Hey bok.
Choose the preset 'Subtle'. Then look at the picture below.

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Set the scale and check 'fill gaps'

Make the same settings as in the picture. Now let it run on a track that is of key and loop that part. Then experiment with Amount and Attack in the correction part in the middle. You can go from very subtle to way over the top.

Let me know what you think please. I'm learning too... :)

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