Auto-Tune Your Voice For Free

Avatar davisde | August 16, 2010

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In this episode, we will mimic Cher and T-Pain by using free software to auto-tune our voices.


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  1. DJ Definition

    June 22, 2011 at 6:17 am

    Im a music producer. Go by the name DJ Definition and I got some studio time with ID Labs, Stargate, and JUSTICE League before but i need this software when I am on the go making beats

  2. Bethanyβ™₯

    June 23, 2011 at 4:53 pm

    Hey I dont have a webcam or any videos or anything like that but i do have a phone that records, could I send my mobile sound to the website and autotune it that way?

  3. Clorich

    August 22, 2012 at 4:31 am

    Wow, the comment section is a mess of spam. But enough about that.

    I’ve downloaded all the items in question – they are all free and I see no reason any of them would be dangerous, but a particular issue I have is the fact that the interface used in the video is much more organized than the one I’ve got, and the one I have doesn’t do anything to the audio.

    Before you point fingers and yell “IT’S A SCAM!” let me remind you this video is over two years old. Something seems to have happened in those two years to bring on a change in the program, maybe incompatibility with the current version of Audacity.

    If anyone has some useful advice on how to fix this, please do provide.

  4. Erik

    January 4, 2013 at 11:10 pm

    ive downloaded all what i needed, and extracted but i dont know if i extracted correctly, because i dont have the extract files thing that you have, is there anyway that you can help with that?

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