Antares releases Auto-Tune Evo


Antares has released Auto-Tune Evo, the next generation of the worldwide standard in professional pitch correction.

Antares Auto-Tune Evo

Hailed as a “holy grail of recording,” by Recording magazine (and adopted worldwide as the largest-selling audio plug-in of all time), Auto-Tune corrects intonation problems in vocals or solo instruments, in real time, without distortion or artifacts, while preserving all of the expressive nuance of the original performance – with audio quality so pristine that the only difference between what goes in and what comes out is the intonation. All with a user-interface that is a model of clarity, speed and ease-of-use.

New in Auto-Tune Evo

  • Dramatically enhanced core technology, new features and enhanced tracking and correction capabilities.
  • Redesigned user interface, to allow for smoother, more intuitive workflow.
  • Reorganized common controls, to ensure that all of the parameters used by both Automatic and Graphical correction modes are easily available at all times.
  • Real-time pitch shifting, Formant correction and Throat modeling (Native versions only).
  • Resizable Graphical Mode window.
  • New Note-based pitch correction and pitch shifting.
  • Object-based Retune Speed settings.
  • Customizable object-based default Retune Speeds.
  • Real-time display of output pitch.
  • Comprehensive programmable keyboard shortcuts.
  • New Pitch Graph display mode.
  • Global transposition, formant correction, and throat modeling.
  • Graphical Paste function.
  • Enhanced pitch displays.
  • Nudge controls for pitch correction objects.
  • And lots, lots, more…

Auto-Tune Evo is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/TDM) and costs $399 USD for the native version, and $649 USD for the TDM+native version. Upgrades from previous versions of Auto-Tune are available as well.

More information: Antares / Auto-Tune

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UGH! What’s so revolutionary about this? It looks almost identical to the old version, except with a new coat of paint. Has anyone at antares bothered to look at melodyne? They should because melodyne kicks autotune’s ass. I take it as a personal insult that a company would release trash like this for $400 when there’s several freeware apps that often do an even better job than autotune. Is there no pride any more in putting out a good product? Is there no pride in out performing the competition? Autotune essentially has the same poor design that it had when… Read more »