Thanks for the votes of confidence on Elephant and Fab Filter, guys! It rather kept decreasing the volume and waveform of my audio track. Ozone has an excellent limiter and dither. And now people complain that it doesn't sound very good. And the processing results are mixed. I am a huge fan and would heartily recommend every one of their plugins. Projects are best shared as text posts. You may get some gems here but don't be surprised at the bits of sarcasm.
There is a fully functional 10 day trial you download of Alloy and Ozone. To get a good effect, you need to turn off the notes that are not in the key the voice is singing in. So if he is not sure about that way - let him try his luck with free 64bit pluggos. The general concensus on the V-Vocal is not great. Especially on super compressed over-loud concert promos, car and truck spots and such. Melodyne is an option, as well as the FabFilter stuff, and some other tweaky synth plugs. As for Auto-Tune in the x64 world, sadly you are very limited there.
Alloy for per track use and Ozone for mastering your final mix. Featuring a new and improved sequencer which can play multiple effects simultaneously, with the ability to trigger unique scenes from every note on your keyboard, Glitch can be as gentle or as brutal as you like. Let me know in the comments if you know any other great free plugins at the bottom of this post! I can't aford ot have a project go down because of some buggy hacked freeware plugin with no support. Click the plugin name or image of synth and visit the synthesizer page with the link for the free download. I'm confused by your response. I plug in Antares Auto Tune. ! Ableton live 64bits is not a major step forward compared to the 32bits.
BrickWall - try Boost 11 x64 AutoTune - try V-Vocal see my work-process in the forum for successful V-Vocaling. I do not recommend the V-Vocal. As in don't use v-vocal or boost eleven What is your reasoning behind this? I finally got the sound I've been looking for with my bass tracks. This entry was posted in , and tagged , , , on by. You can use 32 bit Live 9 on a 64 bit system?!?! The ideal situation is where you have the normal song voice + music and an instrumental version of the same song. Sometimes you need to lessen the vibrato amount on a note to make it sound in pitch.
This could be because I haven't taken the time to tweak the living daylights out of the 64 Series plugs, but Boost 11 is pretty much idiot proof. I have a lot of work to do, and I have to get it done quickly!! I'll defer to others on Filter. Rave Generator 2 : Back From Hell! WaveArts is a solid work horse, and of course you have Voxengo to try out. Again, I don't find it intuitive at all. Hermanus wrote:Or you could simply work with live 32bits when you have to use vst plugins. But once you've used Melodyne, there's no going back.
I really don't want to spend more than a few hundred dollars per plug. V-Vocal seems primitive in comparison. I do plan on getting it as it seems there is no way around using jBridge if you wanna make music on a 64 bit pc. If you have any freeware plugs you love - from good reliable accountable companies with great support - in tuning, filter or brick wall limiters, I'm open to hearing about them. The free stuff can come back to bite a company also. This entry was posted in and tagged , , , on by.
Now I have to go back over all my projects and redo them! They have all kinds of filtering goodies that you'll probably dig. Hi, I do not recommend the V-Vocal. This list is in no order and may be expanded to include other plugins over time. Maybe Cake will look at those plugs and come up with comprehensive collection of mastering tools bundled in a single plug rather than have them kind of scattered like they are now. Melodyne handles badly recorded tracks much better.
Save use a new version number if you wish and add a comment on what track you V-vocaled. Makes you wonder how they develop some of these plugs doesn't it? This is a community focused on learning and improvement. You're rocking with all these suggestions. It's a cudgel, not a precision tool. I've noticed that with all the tube emulator plugs in Sonar also. It can load wav, aiff ogg, flac + sf2 soundfonts and sfz. Most but, of course, not all of my 32 bit plugs run fine using BitBridge.
Google is your friend too. Hey thanks a ton - much appreciated, amigos - eratu, Sijel and Shane B. Thanks in advance for any and all ideas!! Save use a new version number if you wish and add a comment on what track you V-vocaled. It comes with a wide range of virtual instruments, from to drums, guitars, synths, organs, ensemble strings and orchestral sections, vocals and much more! I'm particularly looking for subtractive synths, good sounding Saxophone or orchestra strings, Ambient synths, and modulation effects. This old plugin is still the best! By then people will be genetically cloned with Auto Tune. These plugins are good and full featured. Melodyne is no doubt a superior tool, but I find V-Vocal to do the job just fine and with ease.