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Auto-Tune 7 Explained

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Introduction

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    Tutorial 1

    Welcome to Auto-Tune 7

    17:54

    Explore Auto-Tune 7's user interface and get a detailed overview of its features and functions.

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    Tutorial 2

    Whats New in Auto-Tune 7

    10:19

    Learn all about Auto-Tune 7's newly added features and functions.

Auto Mode

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    Tutorial 3

    Pitch Correction Controls

    11:17

    Watch and learn about Auto-Tune 7's detailed pitch correction controls and what they each do.

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    Tutorial 4

    The Edit Scale Display

    10:29

    Learn all about Auto-Tune 7's scales and how to edit and customize them for your tuning needs.

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    Tutorial 5

    The Create Vibrato Section

    7:29

    See how to add realistic vibrato to a vocal that has little to no vibrato.

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    Tutorial 6

    MIDI Control

    11:26

    Explore Auto Mode's in-depth MIDI controls and parameters.

Graphic Mode

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    Tutorial 7

    Tracking, Objects & Controls

    8:02

    Learn the needed steps and controls to track your audio into Auto-Tune 7's Graphical Mode where you can more precisely correct it's pitch and timing.

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    Tutorial 8

    The Tools

    13:55

    Explore all of Auto-Tune 7's edit tools and what they do.

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    Tutorial 9

    The Edit Buttons

    7:20

    Get a detailed overview of Auto-Tune 7's Edit buttons and functions.

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    Tutorial 10

    Time Shifting

    14:22

    See how to use Auto-Tune 7's new Time Shifting features and functions.

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    Tutorial 11

    MIDI Control

    5:12

    Discover Graphic Mode's in-depth MIDI controls and parameters.

Using Auto-Tune 7

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    Tutorial 12

    Special FX

    7:36

    See how to get the now classic "Over-tuned" vocals a la Cher and T-Pain.

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    Tutorial 13

    Tuning Instruments

    7:09

    Michael shows you how to use Auto-Tune 7 on instruments other than the voice.

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    Tutorial 14

    Putting it all Together

    20:56

    See Michael use Auto-Tune 7 on a vocal and tune it to perfection using all that he has shown you throughout the series.

Presented by DAW expert Michael Costa and officially authorized by Antares Audio Technologies, this collection of video tutorials leaves no Auto-Tune 7 question unanswered. "Auto-Tune 7 Explained" is shown with the newest Auto-Tune 7 and covers every feature and function that Auto-Tune 7 has to offer.

You'll learn both Auto and Graphic Modes, all about the new features including "Time Control", setting up Auto-Tune 7 in your favorite DAW, as well as tips and tricks on how to achieve today's popular "over-tuned" vocal effects. You'll know how to tune it up like a pro after watching this series.

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1. When did you start dabbling in music?

I was classically trained in piano from the age of 7 and had a strong obsession with popular music right throughout my youth. I played keyboards in various rock bands in the mid 80's but found a pronounced leaning towards the technology and computer side of music as samplers and computers became more attainable in the late 80's.

2. What training have you had?

In 1989 I completed my Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Music Technology from La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. Much of my tech knowledge in those pre-internet days came from devouring issues of Keyboard, Mix and EM - monthly, without fail.

3. When did you get into recording?

I started getting into recording in 1984 with a Tascam 244 4-track cassette system. In 1989 I moved to a Digidesign Sound Tools II system - a true random access 2 track editor - and that was the beginning of a long association with Digidesign products. I married this hardware up to Opcode's Studio Vision for many years as well as getting in at the ground floor with Pro Tools v1 in 1991. I've been a Pro Tools user since then right up to the current day.

4. People you have worked with/for?

I've been lucky enough to work with a huge cross section of talent within the Australian music scene. Names like: INXS, Little River Band, John Farnham, Kasey Chambers and Richard Clapton. Plus music editing on breakout movies like Shine and Strictly Ballroom with Oscar nominated composer, David Hirschfelder.

5. Why are you so good at training people?

I think I'm good at training because I really love this stuff - I genuinely want to show people how cool these tools are. Even as a fully grown adult, I still find myself getting excited like a little kid about the magic we can do with our systems these days and wondering how far it can go in the years to come. I hope that enthusiasm is contagious!

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