Zplane Elastique Pitch V2 [OSX]
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If you haven't come across Elastique Pitch it offers independent control of pitch and timbre (often called formant shifting). It supports up to 8 channels so you can process up to 7.1 audio and is phase coherent across the channels. You can control it via MIDI and there are presets for some of the typical film and TV pull up and pull down conversions.
Elastique Pitch is the real time pitch shifting solution for RTAS, VST, AU and AAX. Powered by zplane's élastiquePro pitch shifting engine which is used by millions of end-users around the world, the plugin ensures the highest, program independent pitch shifting quality.
The 4TUNE SDK is designed specifically for karaoke apps especially on mobile devices. It features a low latency pitch tracking using the same technology as used in the ELASTIQUE TUNE combined with an easy to use interface.
This allows very flexible uses: while the pitches might differ between the lead vocal and the backing vocal line, they can be very similar with respect to loudness envelope and note onset times. Vice versa, different performances of the same piece of music might not be very similar in the Timbre-domain. After calculating the similarity in the four different domains between the two audio files, the relative tempo changes over time are extracted by finding the most likely solution given the similarity measure.The following synthesis step then applies the high quality élastique Pro time stretching to the one of the signals resulting of perfectly synchronized signals.
zplane's ELASTIQUE family offers three different time-stretching (aka time-scaling, master tempo or key lock) and pitch shifting (aka pitch scaling or key lock) engines, optimized for different use cases: ELASTIQUE PRO, ELASTIQUE EFFICIENT, and ELASTIQUE TUNE. All three of them are able to run in realtime.
Kort analyzes the harmonic content of music of music recordings and returns the chords with their corresponding time stamps. Choose between Basic Mode that recognizes only major and minor chords, or Extended Mode that features a larger set of chord types containing between three and four pitches.The chords can be aligned with beat times from different sources, e.g. a fixed beat grid. Or you can use zplane's AUFTAKT beat tracking SDK that seamlessly integrates with KORT.KORT is an offline process which means it requires the complete audio file as input and also returns the result once the file has been completely analyzed.
RETUNE is zplane's real-time multi-pitch modification tool. It enables shifts of pitches belonging to the same pitch class to any other pitch class (e.g. a shift of all Cs to C#s). This enables a transformation of the input audio from any input key to any output key (e.g. from C major to C# minor). Since each pitch class can be mapped arbitrarily to any other pitch class, mappings not only include major and minor input and output keys, but any other scale such as church modes or pentatonic scales. RETUNE runs in real time and the pitch mapping can likewise be modified online during processing.
In addition to the mapping of individual pitches, RETUNE can correct each pitch by mapping notes to the nearest semitone thereby eliminating inaccurate intonation. The API provides control over various parameters such as the sensitivity of the pitch detection, the detection of transients as well as the smoothing of the pitch contour.
Elastique Pitch V2 VST crack handles both pitch and formant shifting to produce natural-sounding results. If desired, pitch and formant can be dialed in individually for creative or special treatment use. The infiniStretch functionality of the élastiquePRO V3 engine and a built-in delay adds further creative options.
Elastique Pitch has parameters that are easily accessible via its interface. Elastique is applicable to a variety of pitch shifting needs, including film, audio recording, reahearsal and other sound designs.
Elastique Pitch 2 can take real-time control over a signal's pitch and formant, and zplane claim it does so without the artifacts inherent in similar processors. New for version 2 come input Freeze, Delay, Feedback and Dry/Wet controls.
In use, the quality of the pitch and formant-shifting is extraordinarily smooth and natural - facilitating either subtle real-time shifts or extreme pitch effects - and the delay's interaction with pitch changes can generate countless creative effects.
Elastique Pitchis the real time pitch shifting solution for Format-RTAS, VST, Format-AU and AAX. Powered by zplane'sélastiquePro pitch shifting enginewhich is used by millions of end users around the world, the plugin ensures the highest, program independent pitch shifting quality.
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Hooks: we all want them, and pretty much every hit song has them. And, unless that song is a specialist instrumental dance track or novelty Christmas tune, the odds are pretty short that its biggest hooks will come from some killer vocals. If you need a little help in that department, there are plenty of vocal processing options available and, in the main, these come with some combination of three intentions: to improve the vocal sound, to improve vocal pitch and to generate harmony parts.
Dave's original review noted that some user input was required to get the playback of the generated harmony parts to synchronise with the host project, and that there were some limitations on the ways in which individual notes could be edited. Thankfully, VK2 brings considerable improvements in both areas, and there are also other significant changes too. First, as well as performing harmony generation, VK2 is now also a full-on pitch-correction tool, offering a level of control that is, on paper at least, very impressive. Second, VK2 retails at about half the price of the original version. For recording musicians who are not made of money (that's most of us, then), this is bound to make VK2 a more attractive proposition.
I did the bulk of my own testing via Cubase 7.5 running under OS X. In this context, rather than being placed as an insert effect on the audio track to be pitch-corrected and/or harmonised, VK2 is loaded as a VST Instrument. This makes sense, as it allows the plug-in to accept MIDI data both to trigger playback and also to create chords or notes to form the basis of the harmonies. Before any processing can be done, you have to import the required audio into VK2. This can be done from the plug-in's File menu option or by drag-and-drop, which worked fine from within Cubase. Stereo audio files are supported, but the material needs to be monophonic.
Once imported, VK2 performs its initial analysis and prompts the user to confirm the key, scale and tempo. During my own testing, I never had any reason to question VK2's suggestions, so there is clearly plenty of musical intelligence working away in the background here. The audio then appears in a fashion that's familiar from most pitch-correction software as waveform 'blobs' on a piano-key-style pitch grid, with a more detailed pitch curve shown in white through the various blobs. In addition, VK2 places a series of chord selections at the top of the timeline strip that it believes reflect the key/scale/melody in the most sensible musical fashion. You can edit these chords in a number of ways if required.
As mentioned earlier, while VK1 did allow some modifications of pitch to be made, perhaps the most significant addition to VK2 is that it now performs pitch correction as well as harmony generation. The bottom strip of the display contains four tabs labelled Mixer, Voice Control, Harmony Settings and Snapshots, and pitch correction is set up using the Voice Control tab. The Tune and Drift parameters influence how hard the pitch correction is applied and how much variation in pitch is allowed within a note. You can keep it natural or push it into classic 'pitch-correction effect' territory if you wish. The Timing control applies a little pull or push quantising. Finally, the Shape control allows you to shift the vocal formants up or down. This sounds natural in small amounts but, at extremes, you can also do Barry White or Mickey Mouse; the choice is yours.
VK2 now features sophisticated pitch-correction features.The toolbar section located at the top right of the VK2 window contains buttons to engage both Advanced Edit mode and additional elements within that for editing vibrato and tremolo. You can adjust the pitch variation within a note (drift) and the steepness of the pitch curve at the start and end of a note. You can also alter the volume of a note, apply a fade-in/fade-out and change its formant shift.
Once you've chosen the appropriate blobs, hitting the Harmonize button will, by default, generate a three-part harmony consisting of your lead vocal plus two harmony parts. This works very much as described by Dave Stewart in his December 2008 review; it's 'intelligent', basing its results on the key/scale/chord combinations the algorithm has detected from the main vocal rather than simply paralleling the pitch changes in the lead, and produces very 'human' musical harmonies.