Vocal Effects

How to add vocal effects (iOS)

The iOS vocal presets are powered by Auto-Tune® from Antares and give you unlimited customization to get a professional studio sound. We worked with Grammy-winning audio engineers to mix 50+ vocal presets to you can easily enhance your vocals. 6 Steps for using vocal effects: 1. Test out the different presets. Click on the "FX" near the record screen to view vocal effects collections. As long as you have headphones on you can hear what you sound like in real-time. 2. Get familiar with Preset

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04/06/2022 02:31   •   2min read

5 Tips for better Auto-Tune

5 Tips for Better Auto-Tune 1. Monitor your vocals while you record. You can hear your vocal effects live while you record which is important to getting the right vocals for Auto-Tune. 2. Adjust the Retune speed for your voice. Everyone has a unique singing style and voice so you'll want to adjust the "Retune" up or down until you think it sounds good. Hint: Lower speeds closer to 0 give you more of the "T-Pain" effect, while closer to 100 will help you sound more natural. 3. Pay attention to

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04/08/2022 08:03   •   1min read

Intro to Auto-Tune

This tutorial is a great place to start if you want some simple tips for customizing our most popular vocal preset—Auto-Tune®. 💡Use headphones and turn monitoring on in the Studio Settings so you can listen to how you sound in real-time.6 steps for customizing your Auto-Tune in iOS: 1. Open the Auto-Tune settings. Click on the "FX" near the record screen to view vocal effects collections. Find "Auto-Tune" and click the settings icon 2. Don't need to adjust the Signature Key. We automatically

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04/08/2022 05:03   •   1min read

How to customize vocal effects

Intro to Customizing Vocal Effects on iOS 1. Monitor your vocals while you record. You can hear your vocal effects live while you record which is important to getting the right vocals for Auto-Tune. 2. Adjust the Retune speed for your voice. Everyone has a unique singing style and voice so you'll want to adjust the "Retune" up or down until you think it sounds good. Hint: Lower speeds closer to 0 give you more of the "T-Pain" effect, while closer to 100 will help you sound more natural. 3. Pay

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04/08/2022 08:21   •   1min read